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Video: Will AI steal our jobs?

Published October 22, 2019·Written by Wonderflow

Will AI steal our job? Yes, no doubt about it. As an AI (Artificial Intelligence), deep tech company, people ask whether our product will replace humans at work, or if they will be able to keep their jobs. So, I decided to make this video to tell you the truth.

At the end of the video, I will also share three pieces of advice to make sure you can keep your job longer. In this video, you will find out which are the jobs at risk and which professions are likely to be taken over in the following years.

If you enjoy this type of videos, subscribe to Riccardo Osti’s channel in YouTubeWhen I say that artificial intelligence will steal our jobs, I mean almost every job. The progress that AI made in the last 10 years is impressive, and the process of replacing humans, even in the more complicated jobs, is already happening.

So…which jobs will be replaced? Almost all jobs, I would say. Including doctors, lawyers, and even entrepreneurs eventually. There are some categories that will be in trouble earlier, and amongst them, I would mention all jobs involved in industrial assembly lines, accounting, customer care, market research, translation, and transportation.

So what can we do to slow down the process and keep our job longer? We can do three things:

  1. Divide the activities that we perform at our job in two categories: the ones that we repeatedly do over and over, and the ones that require specific knowledge
  2. Focus on a specific niche, and not on global and highly competitive industries.
  3. Become an expert of the AI that will replace your job.

What do you think about the future? Are most of today’s jobs in the same way as the horseshoe maker and the milkman?

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