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?