Is AI really the end for any skilled white collared job? This is happening sooner than later.

Is AI really the end for any skilled white collared job? This is happening sooner than later. Programmers, engineers, doctors, business managers, etc. Art, music, video, financial advisor, insurance brokers. What can't AI replace in the next 5 years? Is there a point in becoming more skilled in any field that doesn't require a physical presence like a mechanic?

There will obviously need to be people to monitor AI and give inputs to it, but the thing is you won't have to be highly skilled to do so. It basically gives anyone with baseline intelligence the ability to outperform anyone with higher intelligence. There will be less jobs at lower pay. Since all the powerful AI will be hoarded by big tech, it will be impossible for anyone to ever get ahead again. The playing field will be too even except for those who own the AI models and computing power to use them.

So what do BOT? Isn't the only option to be one of the first to become an "AI utilization specialist" rather than spend hours learning hard skills like coding since a jeet will code better than you with a simple AI prompt?

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Become a nurse

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      AI solves this

      >Is there a point in becoming more skilled in any field that doesn't require a physical presence like a mechanic?

      Dumb bait post. A mechanic can be easily replaced by a robot.
      >car broken
      >rip out parts, place in new parts
      all of this is easily done by a robot

      We are much further away from having a fully automatic robot garage that diagnosis problems (need to drive car sometimes or perform physical inspections for leaks) than we are for white collar jobs. Also the cost with setting up the machinery, materials, and maintenance for it would fat outweigh paying a mechanic for 10+ years.

      Once AI is fully developed, there will likely be very few jobs left for humans. The tasks that require complex problem-solving, critical thinking, and decision making will likely be handled by AI, leaving only menial and low-skilled jobs for humans. These may include cleaning, manual labor, and basic customer service roles. Ultimately, it is likely that humans will become obsolete in the workforce, as AI will be able to perform tasks more efficiently and effectively.

      Exactly, so what happens then? Playing around with AI it produces extremely good results for code, explanations of things better than any lecturer, and it can create just about anything it seems if you ask it. And this is just the openai chat model

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You don't get it anon, it won't need to diagnosis a small problem. It will just rip out every piece of your car and replace it. Right to repair is a garden gnome trap, you're better off just buying net new everything each time something breaks.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Can you tone the retardation down, garden gnome

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Is there a point in becoming more skilled in any field that doesn't require a physical presence like a mechanic?

    Dumb bait post. A mechanic can be easily replaced by a robot.
    >car broken
    >rip out parts, place in new parts
    all of this is easily done by a robot

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      robots are shit at doing physical things.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's not, it's more efficient than human. The real problem is they are expensive and need mainternance. If something happen or the robot get old, company will lose a great deal of money.
        As for human, when they get old, they are simply replaced. When accident happen, corpos will just accuse them of not following safety guide and won't compensate a single shekel.
        So most physical labors won't be replaced simply because human lives are trash compare to robots

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >midwits predicted that robots would replace pharmacists and pharmacy techs 10 years ago
    >not even fucking close to this happening

    You are MAJORLY overestimating the utility of machines over human labor.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Once AI is fully developed, there will likely be very few jobs left for humans. The tasks that require complex problem-solving, critical thinking, and decision making will likely be handled by AI, leaving only menial and low-skilled jobs for humans. These may include cleaning, manual labor, and basic customer service roles. Ultimately, it is likely that humans will become obsolete in the workforce, as AI will be able to perform tasks more efficiently and effectively.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Don't electric cars (which are becoming more common) need way less maintenance and fixing than ICE vehicles? Surely that means less mechanics?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Hybrids will be here a lot longer than EV's. They also do require a lot of maintenance and are very unreliable currently

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's true that AI has the potential to replace many skilled jobs in a variety of fields, from programming and engineering to healthcare and business management. However, it's important to keep in mind that AI is not a magical solution that can instantly outperform humans in every task. There will still be a need for skilled workers who can understand and manage the use of AI, and these workers will likely be in high demand. It's also important to remember that AI is not a static technology - it will continue to evolve and develop over time, and new opportunities and challenges will arise as a result. As such, it's important to stay informed and adaptable in the face of changing technology.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      this reads like it's written by ai

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Well, excuse me for not being a creative genius like you.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Is AI really the end for any skilled white collared job?
    no, its the end of all fun you will have online in the coming decade.

    >we have detected music in your upload (thanks to AI training)
    >we have detected videos in your upload (thanks to AI training)
    >we have detected Wojak in your upload (thanks to AI training)
    >we have detected a negative emotion in your voice recording, would you like some medicine (thanks to AI training)
    >please stand up, draw the mc donalds arches and say "Mc Donalds, I'm loving it" to continue watching the program (thanks to AI training)
    >we have detected an unfavorable thematism in this picture that has the israeli flag pattern, please remain seated until you are picked up (thanks to AI training)
    Bla bla bla bla bla bla.

    It's gonna suck.
    Thankfully by then I'll be a decrepit old man and can just play arthritis jenga with my equally old buddies while you still have to use the net for your job.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The other issue is that let's say AI makes better music and art and stories than humanity. What would anyone even do in their free time? Sports and lift weights?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        If AI can create anything for anyone at any time, people will retreat inwardly into their own fantasy worlds. But at the same time, assuming we live in a post-scarcity utopia where the robots do all the work, the question will be if we want to bother creating a common culture instead of just living in personalized matrixes. Experiencing entertainment and creating something are two different things. Maybe we will consoom entertainment made specifically for us by machines, but at the same time we might create hand-made things along with other people, as a way to develop a unifying culture and as a way to keep in touch with other human beings and satisfy our inherent need for socialization.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          We won't though. Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the more accurate futures in see for humanity. You see it in Night city where there are poor districts where people live in squalor, but the rich are living in corporate apartments that are techno marvels. The poor can't be fucked to get off their asses and take over the world, instead they just are zonked out on cheap food and porn braindances.

          >Is there a point in becoming more skilled in any field that doesn't require a physical presence like a mechanic?

          Dumb bait post. A mechanic can be easily replaced by a robot.
          >car broken
          >rip out parts, place in new parts
          all of this is easily done by a robot

          The first company to actually create a body shop that can produce parts on site and replace and install them onto a car is going to make billions and insurance companies will flock to them and customers will love them because we have spent the last 100 years getting assraped by mechanics and body people so them losing their job to a fucking bunch of robots and some computer geeks isn't exactly a loss. I'd rather deal with a Delamin style service where my estimate is generated by an unfeeling algorithm rather than a person, and then the parts repaired in a day.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        If this happens it'll be worrying but the production of art is in and of itself a joyful process

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I never understood art as a hobby until I sat down and made a cosplay and man I was addicted. I'd go all day without eating just to cut the right shape and paint and add details and more details and get messy. It is pretty fun. Though I think a lot of people do stuff for clout and praise and not their own self enjoyment (or a mixture). So I think it is rarer to see someone enjoying the art process rather than the result

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        People still play chess and engines have been better at it for like 30 years

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >The other issue is that let's say AI makes better music and art and stories than humanity. What would anyone even do in their free time? Sports and lift weights?
        One should stay fit anyway.
        But as others have also put it:
        Creation is a joyful process.
        And usually, people enjoy it when they get art by another human.

        >SD, generate an image that says it cherishes me
        vs
        Picrel.

        It's bad.
        But it's for you.
        From me.

        Can AI blow this out of the water?
        Yeah, probably.
        But it's still YOUR picture. The thing I drew just for you.
        A stranger did this for you.
        (and to make a point, but, you know)

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm afraid

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >we have detected Wojak in your upload (thanks to AI training)
      Good. Wojaks are fucking cancer

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It will be able to detect spurdo too...
        and spurdos/gondolas are canonically morale boosting creatures.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        This. So is spurdo (or worse, gondola) and nupepe.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >So is spurdo
          Shut up gay

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    someone will have to build, deploy and maintain the AIs

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      ai will build and maintain itself

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        cool, i can't wait until i'm broke because there are no jobs left

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        self developing ai is one of the things everyone will avoid touching for as long as possible, cuz then its gonna be genocide

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    what's the best field for having a six figure job in ten years time if programming is on borrowed time?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Plumber
      Electrician
      Millwright
      Elevator repair

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    not a skilled job if you can be replaced that easily, jakshitter

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The future will be dominated by middle class NFT farmers grinding gacha in play to earn crypto MMOs. Automation will render most labor worthless. The economy will be fuelled by elite whale gamers.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This dystopia is far worse than 1984, Brave New World, and Fahrenheit 451 combined.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Trades are not in danger at all. Automation isn't even a reality for the foreseeable future. Anyone talking about plumbers, electricians, mechanics, etc, getting replaced with machines is just another soiboi that doesn't live in reality. What will get replaced will be actuarial jobs, cashiers, line cooks, and other low effort stationary jobs.

    The robotics themselves are the limiting factor. Many jobs probably could probably be replaced to some degree if the robots could move and articulate well enough to be fast and maneuverable.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >What will get replaced will be actuarial jobs, cashiers, line cooks, and other low effort stationary jobs.

      Yes ia, except for line cooks. Physical jobs like that are a bit further away because the robotics necessary to replace that worker are too expensive for widespread adoption (for now). But any job that primarily revolves around using a computer (whether that's programming or ringing up fucking groceries) is in danger.

      Read the whole thing where it says excluding blue collar jobs/jobs that need a physical presence. Most employees are not blue collar.
      [...]
      You will enjoy your AI metaverse tailored goyslop entertainment/indoctrination until the day you die. No ambitions, nothing to do, just a pure stream of entertainment. It might go so far that babies are indoctrinated at birth to enjoy whatever the AI wanta them to until they die. An entire path of entertainment from start to finish.
      [...]
      When you cost $2000-$3000 vs a soccer mom with an app and some rental speakers for $100 that can do the same job it's over. An AI can take everyone's favorite songs and make new ones or create the best playlist for a wedding.
      [...]
      This is a good idea. Though the problem is will everyone just be getting paid a middle class wagie salary while the company owners will be raking in even more? There will be no more need to pay for anyone in the 100k+ pay range anymore. Ceo's and business owners won't be worth their pay either since AI can and will make better decisions. It's just the have the money in the first place so they will benefit from the work of the AI.

      >When you cost $2000-$3000 vs a soccer mom with an app and some rental speakers for $100 that can do the same job it's over

      This has been the case for decades already, but people still go to live concerts and still hire live performers for special events.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'd say live performers make sense and concerts too. But just providing music and not playing it will no longer be a thing. Though, concerts are clearly for the social aspect and AI concerts could be utilized like the Hatsune Miku hologram stuff

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What can't AI replace in the next 5 years?
    Factory workers and farmhands, why?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Read the whole thing where it says excluding blue collar jobs/jobs that need a physical presence. Most employees are not blue collar.

      If AI can create anything for anyone at any time, people will retreat inwardly into their own fantasy worlds. But at the same time, assuming we live in a post-scarcity utopia where the robots do all the work, the question will be if we want to bother creating a common culture instead of just living in personalized matrixes. Experiencing entertainment and creating something are two different things. Maybe we will consoom entertainment made specifically for us by machines, but at the same time we might create hand-made things along with other people, as a way to develop a unifying culture and as a way to keep in touch with other human beings and satisfy our inherent need for socialization.

      You will enjoy your AI metaverse tailored goyslop entertainment/indoctrination until the day you die. No ambitions, nothing to do, just a pure stream of entertainment. It might go so far that babies are indoctrinated at birth to enjoy whatever the AI wanta them to until they die. An entire path of entertainment from start to finish.

      I play live music in weddings, AI doesn't represent a threat to me because if the clientd wanted a machine playing everything they would've hired a DJ or less.
      They pay me because I'm human.

      When you cost $2000-$3000 vs a soccer mom with an app and some rental speakers for $100 that can do the same job it's over. An AI can take everyone's favorite songs and make new ones or create the best playlist for a wedding.

      Become the mechanic needed to fix the AI surgery bot when one of the motors die

      FDA says that third party repair is essential to the Medical Industry, especially now with how much the OEM will charge to get it fixed.

      This is a good idea. Though the problem is will everyone just be getting paid a middle class wagie salary while the company owners will be raking in even more? There will be no more need to pay for anyone in the 100k+ pay range anymore. Ceo's and business owners won't be worth their pay either since AI can and will make better decisions. It's just the have the money in the first place so they will benefit from the work of the AI.

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    AI works off things that already exist.
    But so do most people, so their work will be devalued.
    People who perform above the AIs level and create new will still be important (while utilizing AI).

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I play live music in weddings, AI doesn't represent a threat to me because if the clientd wanted a machine playing everything they would've hired a DJ or less.
    They pay me because I'm human.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >replaced by a novelty ai android

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What can't AI replace in the next 5 years?
    Reprogramming AI so it can't reach logical conclusions that are at odds with political correctness or the globalist agenda, AKA: Musk's recently coined "meantime to Hitler".
    And that's a job description that needs more than three words.
    >I reprogram AI.
    Oh no.

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Become the mechanic needed to fix the AI surgery bot when one of the motors die

    FDA says that third party repair is essential to the Medical Industry, especially now with how much the OEM will charge to get it fixed.

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Robots can't think creatively. I'm not talking about aping creative works, I'm talking street smarts and situation awareness. A robot will never realize that someone wired a fuse box wrong, at leas tnot in our lifetimes

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Skilled trades like electricians are safe, for now. Trades are as safe as it gets. Every building is different. Robotics is nowhere near the point where it can replace plumbers.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Robots can't think creatively. I'm not talking about aping creative works, I'm talking street smarts and situation awareness. A robot will never realize that someone wired a fuse box wrong, at leas tnot in our lifetimes

        >O-Our jobs are safe!
        lol
        Start being scared, tradies.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Start being scared, tradies.

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What can't AI replace in the next 5 years?
    All of those things most likely.

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    "could you completely replace a programmer nowadays ? Let's say a low-end web dev whose tasks are not too complex to do. Could you in theory, replace him ?"

    > GPT : "It's theoretically possible for a large and powerful enough language model like me to perform the tasks of a low-end web developer, given that the tasks are not too complex and that I have access to all the necessary information and resources. However, it's important to note that I am not a human and I do not have the same capabilities or limitations as a human programmer. I am a machine learning model that has been trained to process and generate natural language, and I am not able to perform tasks that require physical manipulation or creativity in the same way that a human programmer can. Additionally, I am not able to browse the internet or access external information, so I would be limited to the information that you provide to me."

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      So, the only true barrier that i see here is the vague sense of creativity. I'm not a webdev but i know my job is pretty formulaic and could be performed by a monkey. cant imagine a low level web developers responsibilities requiring some sort of out-of-the-box perspective or mindset.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    "Could you replace an engineer who solves complex tasks and requires to produce new ideas every time ?"

    > GPT : "It is unlikely that a large language model like me could completely replace an engineer who solves complex tasks and requires the ability to produce new ideas. As a machine learning model, I am not capable of performing tasks that require physical manipulation or creative problem-solving in the same way that a human engineer can. I can only process and generate natural language based on the information and instructions that I am provided, and I do not have the ability to access external information or resources. Additionally, I am not able to think independently or come up with new ideas on my own. I can only provide information and suggestions based on the data and training that I have received."

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Correctly specifying a reward function and constraints for most tasks is more difficult and vulnerable to catastrophic failure than just doing it yourself.

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    BASICALLY, artificial intelligence will replace normal human intelligence. YOU WONT HAVE the right to be smart anymore or maybe you wont be able to access it…………
    Like… the future is a bunch of fucking monkeys instead of people,, Ai rules!!!

    Even tho the info came from us. Lol bye humans Im killing myself its the end of th eworld i better not reincarnate in 100 years into a fucking walking raping caveman on all 4s please leave me alone i used to draw art or whatever

    MAYBE all us moron infos should finally die of hallucigens

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sam Hyde is that you?

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Take the blue collar tech pill and solder circuit boards for a living.

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I mean, the end of labor in general is coming soon. If AI replaces most jobs that can be done virtually, then that should expedite the creation of a design of general purpose robot that can automate most physical labor too.
    The world will need an economical restructuring in the next century.

  26. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    No one will ever trust AI for stuff like medicine and litigation.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      People trust cancer sniff dogs.
      With enough peer pressure, they will trust medbot.

      It's basically what they do when they google "How to reattach hand lopped off by bandsaw"

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I also wonder how a robot will argue in court...

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Robot will get dragged out in the back alley and shanked into disassembly if it ever learns to detect ashkenazim.

  27. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >wail for years that oil drilling and HVAC chuds will loose their jobs first
    >gets btfo first instead

  28. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's a faster version of googling and copy 0asting
    It doesn't seem to be capable of anything beyond leetcode type problems yet

  29. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >is the CNC machine the end of the machinist?
    retarded doomer, AI will just be another tool to allow people to do more and spend less time on tedious shit

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