Here’s how artificial intelligence is changing the job market February 3, 2023 31 comments Tagged with AI, Bianna Golodryga, ChatGPT, Jacqueline Howard, jobs, technology, Vanessa Yurkevich Breaking News Picks the Video Edition
Eventually it will take over those jobs plus many others. Just give AI time to evolve. It’s inevitable.
Exactly! Just like Thanos. 👍
computers started replacing humans as soon as they were made.
Unless AI start buying food and homes and send its kids to school, I would leave it alone
I watched this dudes channel on twitch last night….echoespast…He has live shows from time to time.
The things he can create with AI just blows my freaking mind..
Just checked him out- You may not wish to watch him when smoking weed Elmo..Might make your brain melt…😂😂
@Bunnies with Guns Greetings- You are a little scary with that gun. I hope that is for personal protection only…😂😂
@POWERWASHLLC Thank you for your concern. 😂😂
I actually did get memorized watching what can be done with AI.
My brain was melting a little watching his stuff.😂
This is leading to increased efficiency, lower costs, and new revenue streams, as well as changing the way businesses operate and interact with customers. However, AI also raises important ethical and social questions and its widespread adoption may displace certain jobs and industries.
AI itself couldn’t have said it better!
News anchors may have a chance being replaced too. Have you ever come across a news video being narrated by a text to speech voice?
Also Michael crouch says that technology is stifling our consciousness and influencing us to act in irrational and unproductive ways.
Technology is evolving at light speed and we have not evolved the ability to control it’s consequences.
now if only AI could change the US gov’t and the news media for the better…..
Metal Gear Solid 2
Kojima knew it 20 years ago and it didn’t end well.
“It’s not coming to kill us, it’s coming to help us” – Famous last words
The only thing about robots is they make rich people richer
Modern person- “we have machines and Ai each that can do the work of thousands people”
Past person- “so you guys dont work anymore and dont use money just enjoy the fruits of the machines then?”
Modern person- “no it actually takes the jobs and money tied to peoples ability to survive while also making CEOs even richer richer”
I prefer AI more than my GP! At leat AI could listen to my health problems. 😅
1:15 – Wait a sec… did you just say that doctors only need to get 60% on the exam in order to get their medical licenses?
That’s because the biggest barrier is the money. Most people who wants to be doctors in the US require a ton of financial support from friends and family or be super lucky to get a very good scholarship.
In an Italian university it doesn’t matter how well your score will be. That’s because only the 5% of the best will pass. Not sure if this is a local thing or not.
@Elias L I like this method better…
every AI machine should have an emrgency shut-off switch
It doesn’t have a offline function
🤣This is what happens when unskilled labor wants a raise🤣
It may not “feel” empathy but it can use empathetic language.
Here’s an example:
Using empathetic language tell someone they have ovarian cancer.
“I am so sorry to have to tell you this, but the results of your tests have come back and it appears that you have ovarian cancer. I understand this news must be difficult to hear and I am here for you to support you in any way I can. We will work together to find the best possible treatment plan and navigate this journey ahead.”
Oh, this will replace humans in many occupations, and now that it can pass medical exams it will replace medical staff.
Robots are slaves that make your lunch, build your cars, teach your kids, and police your streets. AIs are slaves that do all the creative things you might have done after some other AI takes your job. What’s left for humans when there are no jobs, but capitalism still requires you to buy everything you need to exist?
” Kitty: Do you know that the guy says that machinery is going to take the place of every profession?
Carlotta: [Looking her over] Oh, my dear, that’s something you need never worry about. ” Dinner at Eight 1933
I would feel a lot more comfortable with a competent chatbot doctor than a real one, given current quality of healthcare and absurd wait times.