Is there any job that is AI proof? Posted on May 7, 2023 by Anonymous Is there any job that is AI proof?
is the ai human proof?
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Artificial Intelligence Oversight committee will be the last one to go, before it too is regulatory captured by putting the meatpile in a box to press the favorable button in exchange for a pellet.
Trains would be the first thing in need of modernization and even then they would need human operators because they don't run in a vacuum.
There's already automatic trains on mining lines, but they still have human drivers as a safeguard.
Which shithole country are you in?
Trains in Singapore have fully automate running underground since 20 years ago.
No, they dont.
They do, he's right, been there on vacation and it was like sci-fi
Any job that requires love.
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I love you too.
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Manufacturing micro drill bits and other fine tools, while aided by cnc cannot be fully replaced by AI. At least not in the foreseeable future. There are also certain processes involving in making high precision parts with insane tolerances; things like turbine blades, optical mirrors and lenses. Those need to be dialed in by hand, by a human.
Its a trade unfortunately, so all you neets are just gonna have to cry.
What is a machine operator?
We will live in a magocracy soon
I think diagnostic medicine will always require a human overseer. At least for the next 100 years until we got sentient machines.
top kek, ChatGPTDoctor will be like:
> hello anon, what are you feeling?
> "<describe literally any symptom>"
> oh I see, you're likely to have x or y, use <some iPhone/Apple Watch sensor> and give me that data
> as I suspected, you have x, here's how you can treat that: ....
>Ms. Helena, I advise you to check with doctor Cohen, because according to the results you have 98.6% of probability of having prostate cancer, but it shouldn't be even remotely possible because your birth certificate's data tells me you're a female.
jokes on you im literally dislexic
IIRC robot doctors are already BETTER at diagnosis than humans. It's because they can "remember" so much more information.
Robot x-ray examiners are better than humans for similar reasons. An X-ray specialist might have looked at a few thousand X-rays in their career. An AI can look at tens of thousands of X-rays, remember all of them with crystal clarity, and it never retires, so in 200 or 300 years you could theoretically have the same AI still looking at X-rays, with its experience somewhere in the millions.
Big healthcare guy told me breakthrough in medicine will happen with AI diagnosis of condition. Current system is poor at diagnosing.
Hahaha, get fucked.
>need antibiotics for cut on leg
>"Anon, have you thought about getting vaccinated against Delta? It's killing children".
>"Doctor, my son is sick, he has a 40 degree temperature".
>"We're not letting him in here unless YOU wear a mask".
The world would be better off replacing "doctors" with shamans at this point.
Please get rid of GPs already.
Anything that involves a lot of varied and complex movements in small spaces, eg plumbing. That's going to take the longest time to automate. OTR trucking is a better candidate because a lot of it is fairly simple.
The problem is: if everyone is pushed into those professions, won't that destroy the wages?
Absolutely. Not everyone can be a plumber. There's only so much plumbing to do. And even plumbing could, theoretically, get automated at some far point in the future. There's no escape from this crucible that is coming for humanity, and we're not going to get through it by trying to maintain status quo. Status quo is leaving, our only choice is what we do about it. Currently we're pretending it isn't happening.
I dont get picrel, please explain.
>>And even plumbing could, theoretically, get automated at some far point in the future.
I think it'l get automated far quicker than you think. Because AI will be able to help with designs.
It used to take so much to make a specific tool.
Now it won't.
I think at best the job will be a wagie coming to set up the robot. And within 10-20 years too.
Born into the terminator era as a poor short ugly incel with average IQ. It's fucking over.
Not to mention ai helps create advanced energy harvesting sources leading to more processing power, leading to development of advanced materials and advanced self assembly systems, 3d printer systems and advanced manufacturing. Combined with the Development comfortable and high quality, high fidelity a.r. systems it would make sense to 3d print entire base home systems with their own 3d recycling printers/ disposer units.
What do you get? A blank slate home where you and each individual family member can have your unique decorative overlays and 3d print am assortment of base objects to overlay your own images and explore the world in whatever manner you envision it.
If we can solve energy... the whole world opens up to creative mode.
>OTR trucking is a better candidate because a lot of it is fairly simple
My brother in Christ, they've been talking about truckers being out of the job in 10 years for the past 25 years, at least. Even if the tech was there, which is most certainly isn't and never will be, insurance companies would never sign off on insuring a legit self driving truck. It's the biggest, most obvious load of bullshit I've ever come across, it's insulting.
It's impossible until it isn't. And I guarantee that paperwork problems like insurance will get solved in short order when there is billions to be made.
>You'd basically have to standardize the entire logistics chain.
Look around you dude, Bezos is in the process of doing exactly that. Why is standardization hard to believe in?
These kinds of objections come up in every discussion about automation, and it's always along the lines of
>But right now [insert business] is really reliant on individual human input and compensation for varying factors, how could that ever be different?
By doing like Amazon and changing the warehouse to suit the bot. For any particular business, the reason it's not automated already is because nobody has conceptualized exactly how to automate it...yet. But there's obviously more automation today than there was in 1980, 1920 or 1560 AD, why would we be confident that any particular thing is totally immune to this overarching pattern? Who would ever have thought, prior to this past year, that things like artwork could be automated? Yet here we all are posting AI-drawn waifus. And we can also look back to the past to see the loss of manufacturing that was partly offshoring and mostly automation. You don't have to eliminate every human at the factory to create a crisis. During the Great Depression, only 1 in 4 working-age Americans was unemployed. Just that was enough to ruin everything. If 1 out of 4 working-age Americans is replaced by automation, you're in a Great Depression. If half get replaced, you're in a double Great Depression. It doesn't take much to ruin the society.
And this is all without considering the white collar jobs that you can't even raise physical equipment objections on. That's just a computer program learning to make and read spreadsheets.
At the very least you have to admit it's a huge risk, even if you somehow remain convinced it can't be that bad, and nobody is doing anything to address it.
>And this is all without considering the white collar jobs that you can't even raise physical equipment objections on.
Yeah - ChatGPT will sweep a lot of those.
Truckergay here Anon. My friend worked for a megacarrier called Crete Carrier not a bad company to work for and has really nice equipment. Well he knew I guy how was assigned one of the few "self driving" driving trucks in the fleet. He said one day this guy had it on whatever cruise driverless mode it had and decided to get up from the driver's seat and grab an energy drink from his mini mfridge only for the truck to immediately steer off the road , jacknife, and flip over on the shoulder. Long story short the driver gone fired and the technology just isn't there and doesn't stand a chance against the monolithic barrier of trial lawyers who make a living off of commercial vehicle accidents. Plus the sensors can't detect smaller road debris still capable of causing catastrophic accidents. The tech is just not there. From what I can can see you'll have big companies like Walmart or Amazon who might experiment w/ it but that's it—The megacarriers are at least a few decades aways from ever considering it and are hurting like never before to get new driver's
I never claimed trucking is automated already. Your implicit argument is that it can't ever be automated because of your anecdote. My argument is that just because the Teslas in 2015 couldn't drive on their own, doesn't mean the ones in 2023 can't. It shouldn't need stating really, but technology progresses and improves. Do you want to type into your computer that you don't believe that to be true just to win this internet argument?
Anon, we live in a world where a guy with a beard is can get legal protection for his self-identity as a woman. If "they" will sign off that bullshit, they'll sign off anything. Logic and reality be damned.
Truckers are generally right-wing guys, so putting them out of work and into poverty and drug-addiction is likely on the woke to-do list.
Oppressing women and poc
is that lambright
Most learning AI turn into robotic Hitler in a day or two without intervention. Have you seen some of the shit these mother fuckers have said?
With the right minds behind it an AI algorithm could successfully push the trans suicide rate to 75+% and actually make blacks go back to Africa.
In Australia we have trucks licensed to pull 120t and more, I doubt we will go driverless any time soon.
How are the rates down there? I am an OTR driver and I would like to visit Australia maybe work for a couple years. Live off savings for a year and then come back to the US. 5 years experience.
I don't see the government or insurance companies allowing those without humans being at the wheel. All it would take is one accident.
Since you have to ask I guess you were born from ai.
> Is there any job that is AI proof?
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plumbing, welding probably
any fine manual work with a lot of variations because building a universal mechanical robot that could succeed in those tasks will be probably much harder than building a software AI
Lol, robots can already assemble cars. They can surely assemble themselves as well.
>What are blue collar jobs
Eat shit office gay, you're obsolete
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>Is there any job that is AI proof?
any job involving a vehicle can be removed from that list
>Athletes and Sports Competitors
holy shit they are just trying to find anything that will make the number higher
You're dreaming. Ai can already pic fruits and vegetables, much better than any mexican. They can put up dry wall and building houses. It's OVER.
Even those jobs will not be safe because of the expansion of labors sources. More OHSA violation, less salary, and companies killing each others like gangsters for market
This is basically a hit list for AI and robots engineers.
You could have a roomba style robot lay tiles in an hour or so and just have some dude come in and do the remaining 10%
What is they have humanoid robots hooked up to AI? I bet this will be a thing within 10 years.
Tapers/mudders and sheetrockers are going to be the first automated trade
they ain't coming for me
while you've already been eliminated
the trick is to have a job that is both simple yet complicated enough that building a robot to do it would not be worth the effort.
Like warehouse work. Picking shit up and moving it here or there is incredibly simple but also incredibly difficult to automate without automating the entire logistics chain as a whole.
Everyone who's been laid off is going to want that job though.
They get fired from the McCompany. Yours crashes your wages.
I've never seen wages go down
Well aren't you a mark and a half. Try using constant dollars retard
Because you aren't sufficiently replaceable yet.
When there's hundreds of thousands of potential applicants though?
>“When all the world is overcharged with inhabitants, then the last remedy of all is war, which provideth for every man, by victory or death.”
I dont see AI being a problem in first world nations. Maybe in shit-holes like china. But it's basically the same thing as the great manufacturing relocation. Heavy industry bailed on the US and sure, a few areas got hit hard. But for the most part everyone is fine.
While AI does mean less jobs it also means less costs and higher productivity. So while I might not be able to make 60k a year working on an assembly line, I also wont have to subsidize the wages of the workers who build the shit I buy and my quality of life will continue to go up.
The bottom tier of society should probably be panicking. But nobody with a 1st world flag should be worried about that.
You're talking like your own government doesn't actively hate its own citizens.
they dont have to care about us but they do have to depend on us for their own existence.
Having a fully automated warehouse does you no good if nobody can afford to buy what you're making.
Kinda like how 3rd world countries have a ton of manufacturing capability but no consumer base. Same problem, just different wage slaves.
The problem is wages aren't going to go up to match inflation which is going to get much much worse.
lmao fucking idiot
do you understand what inflation is?
No, you don't. That's why inflation exists. To tax dumbfucks like you.
>what is inflation
They already have GPS automated forklifts for like two years now and they can lift four pallettes at a time.
>Like warehouse work.
This is closer to getting automated than a lot of other things. The thing with warehouse work is that it's repetitious and predictable, and can be done in a very controlled environment. It's actually improved by a robot which will more reliably put the box where it's supposed to be than a human. Part of what makes something like plumbing more AI-proof is that it happens in people's houses, which come in a wide variety of styles and are not controllable. That multiplies the potential situations the AI has to deal with by a great deal, which makes the AI more expensive. A warehouse you can put on a grid.
It can certainly be done, but end to end automation is an enormous undertaking.
You'd basically have to standardize the entire logistics chain. There are aspects within it that can be partially automated, like moving a box from point a to point b, but everything before a and after b still has to have input and output which is prohibitively complicated.
Particularly if your warehouse deals in non standard goods which differ in size shape weight and transportation method.
Food distribution hubs for example. Every order is different, every pallet is different. You can automate shit like shrink wrapping and moving inbound/outbound finished pallets around within the warehouse. But sorting and picking is a bitch for a robot.
as the technology becomes more widespread, the cost to implement will plummet, especially when AI can write all of the software itself. The physical machinery will have a higher ROI than a human
yeah but that is way waaayy waaaaaayyyyy far away in the future.
The capability of robots is highly overstated. They are good at performing predictable standardized repetitive tasks and not much else. And even then they crash constantly and must be monitored by operators.
They're great working as "assistants" but not really as independent workers. Where once it took 4 people to run an assembly line now it takes 1 person to monitor 2 largely automated assembly lines. But everything scales up, more production, less overhead, more lines, more output, cheaper goods.
>Where once it took 4 people to run an assembly line now it takes 1 person to monitor 2 largely automated assembly lines.
So out of 4 people who used to have jobs, only 1 has a job now.
They had to change the entire assembly rig to get that done. We could do that right now without AI and replace plumber, drivers etc. We would just have to rebuild our roads and plumbing infrastructure so that a machine could do it. It's easier for small scale stuff, like assembly, but for entire cities to replace the workforce with machines, at that point it would be cheaper in the long run to rebuild the whole city from scratch.
robots can walk now
they couldnt 20 years ago
they are going to be agile enough to go into houses, not step on the dog, and fix your sink within most peoples lifetime
The highways don't have to get rebuilt to allow robots. Tesla autopilots are 8 years old now, the full self-drive 3 years old. For 3 years now there have been Teslas driving around on their own, with existing infrastructure, nothing special built for them. I don't think that should be surprising, because road infrastructure already has rules of transit built into it for the humans driving on it. You know that you can go through the intersection because the light is green. The robot can know that the same way. As soon as a robot can see things and read them it can drive, since that's how humans drive, by looking around and knowing the rules.
But anyway, there's no reason to drill down further into automated trucking specifically. The overarching point is that even if you say they had to change a lot to automate the assembly line...they did it, didn't they? Even though it was a huge effort and they already had humans to do the work? So what is going to stop that from happening long term to absolutely everything?
If we were just going to have self driven cars why not have trains? It's cheaper, lasts longer, easier to maintain in the long run.
You missed the point. Walking robots have to take into account carrying terrain. If we rebuild our cities with robots in mind we wouldn't need AI.
It's like the cartoon of the person using a hookshot to jump a fence when his partner just opens the gate.
also no it's not way in the future, it's now
Plumbing, electrician, construction etc.
Also mid to high level coding despite what people are saying. When those get replaced having a job is going to be the least of your worries, for better or worse.
Machine learning and data science
Spoken like a true poo. The only jobs which will remain are management aka relationship management
>you should know better
Nice fucking aerodynamics
there isn't a single job that's AI proof. manual labor will take a while though because they haven't got physical robos perfected yet.
>they haven't got physical robos perfected yet.
this is just because we can import shitskins to do that type of labour. If that wasn't an option we'd have full worker robots.
You always need humans to validate AI’s work. The question is how much you’ll earn for only doing the validating and not the work itself
No. AI will, eventually, be able to do anything a human can do. AIs will eventually become more intelligent than the most intelligent biological that could ever theoretically exist.
Truckers. Machinists, any tradesman or laborer really.
Its the white collar workers that are fucked by AI mainly.
i got some bad news anon
No you don't. You just have undeliverable hype and vaporware.
there are over 60 companies investing billions of dollars in automated trucking, if anyone is buying in to hype (anti-automation) its you
And they will all fail for one simple reason:
Automated trucking is called railroads. We've had them longer than trucks even!
your mums pussy
I'm working for the ai and no, and if there was I would personally get rid of it. Why do you deserve anything?
Roping morons and garden gnomes?
I hear the truck is banging Kit.
Name a single company that has replaced a worker with AI.
IBM is noteworthy.
Consuming. What will be purchasing the products?
There are a million videos on youtube on how to do side hustles to pay the bills.
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It is really not difficult to make 100k/yr just thrifting and selling items on ebay and similar sites. It takes zero risk to start doing that and there are a billion and one videos showing how it's done.
Do you make 100k/yr doing any of that shit?
>i-i could i just don't need to!
have a nice day
all of them if AI decides it doesn't like us and shuts itself down.
Jobs that require house calls, and require pyhsical work at said calls.
Nope. 2012 study found that by 2030 there would be 75% permanent unemployment and it will only get worse. Doctors and Lawyers will be among the first to take a glowing hot iron rod to the anus.
After their complicity during the covid scam it couldn't happen to a nicer group of people. They make lawyers look reputable
Electricians and I&C technicians. Even if AI can troubleshoot to a degree, it will still be limited to using unorthodox methods or ways of thinking to solve the issue at hand. Then there's the physical aspect of repairing and/or replacing components or equipment and determining whether or not it makes sense to do so.
*not being able to use
I hope not, I'm tired of working.
grow your own everything so you need to buy as little as possible
if you look at where inflation has been hitting the hardest it's on food and housing
if you already have housing you need to grow foods
What about first aid? Or some retard panicking and sinking?
Yes you can have better tools, for RCP and that floatbot crap... You still need humans to have the highest survival rate possible
it only has to be better than a flesh bag which is not a high bar
What the fuck are you talking about?
I've worked in the industry for 8 years. Hair dressers is about all that's left to be automated
AI will completely take over but we wont have AI any time soon. Machine learning is just a simple algebra algorithm that only somewhat mimics the intellegence on the outside while using human input.
Lawyer, Doctor. People need human contact for those professions. even machines able to do surgery need a human driver.
Pilots. There is literally no way that 300 people will be let to fly alone without a pilot in the cockpit in the next 100-200 years. 1000 years in the future even the most advanced space ship will still need a pilot or commander.
Trains. I don't see trains dropping human drivers or controllers any time soon.
general contractor. woodworker. most houses are made of wood here in the US. I don't see that drastically changing anytime in the next 100 years.
computers have been flying planes for decades
AI diagnosis already has a higher % success rate than humans by a large margin
same as planes
this one will probably be around a while as it's hard to compete with the cost of illegals
your blackpilled but your correct about everything
except maybe the trains?
Automated Train Operations (ATO) is already a currently working computerized train system
the technology exists, that's just a fact
the positions haven't been automated because retarded troglodytes like you are afraid the scary 1s and 0s, not because of lack of capability
What would you do if a plane sensor or system fails in the middle of the air?
in the same vein, show me a single piece of complex machinery that doesn't fail. I'll wait
yeah you are the retard troglodyte.
Reinforcement learning can do that.
you are the kind of retard that throws big words you read in an article thinking that you got it all solved.
it's 2023, show me an autonomous piece of machinery not needing human intervention that doesn't fail.
all machines fail.
not if you fortify the election!
Doesn't matter because it's still safer than a human driver even though it's not literally and unrealistically perfect
lol again another big fucking retard. Doesn't matter because you say so ?
biggest fucking retard in BOT right now.
None of those professions have been automated to the point where they dont require human intervention.
For liability reasons airlines nor government will let people on board without a pilot. Machines break all the time and pilots are there to override controls when that happens.
Same for trains
Same for cars
again, robots are not doing surgery on their own right now without supervision and it won't happen for at least 100 years. even then machines will need a doctor supervising everything.
You will always need humans able to override controls and that means that you will need qualified people filling those positions.
AI can't plan, so it can't into law
gay it doesn't levitate.
Yet another example of why 4chan is worthless.
"How do we stay ahead of the curve so we can provide for ourselves?"
"DURRRRR idk suck my dick , gay."
Teacher, I'm assuming that unless you can physically inject the information into your brain matrix style. You will need teachers
>In b4 English teacher gay
>In b4 I didn't learn nothing in school
School isn't really about learning it's about learning to learn and social interactions with others. Some pick up the former faster, some the latter. Some never pick up either. A teacher facilitates this and I guess you could have LLM Bot but weirdly as COVID sort of exposed kids like being interacted with by their peers and the structure and discipline offered by a real human.
Why are you attracted to bugs
Japan is a fucking paradise of calm compared to the multicultural shithole I grew up in.
>paradise of calm compared to the multicultural shithole I grew up in
so you are a foreigner in japan complaining about multiculturalism.
Yeah yeah I'm a hypocrite. Anyone want to refute what I said instead of being a fucking contrarian cunt?
It's not about refutation. You're creating the shit hole you ran from
Yeah gee thanks meme flag.
You're welcome. Just making sure you understand that you vocally denounce multiculturalism but are extremely grateful for it and embrace it(as shown by your actions).
> I like multiculturalism if it benefits me because I'm special.
everyone thinks like that. he is just another hypocrite.
No he doesn't. He hates multiculturalism. That's why he went to a place that has one culture. He might be a foreigner, but when in Rome, do as the Roman's do.
Are you stupid? I think you're stupid.
Oh you are stupid
> multiculturalism: the presence of, or support for the presence of, several distinct cultural or ethnic groups within a society
if you go to Japan and you are not Japanese you are enabling multiculturalism through your presence. sorry but you are a hypocrite.
Japan doesnt have multiculturalism. Having a tiny amount of foreigners is not milticulti, multiculuralists see diversity as better than and essential to replace their culture and home country with
No he isn't. He isn't black
Fuck you LGTB/English University teacher.
OP sucking my cock.
>Is there any job that is AI proof?
>Is there any job that is AI proof?
removing garden gnomes?
but only because they are the ones funding the creation of high level AI
No. It is the end of the world.
Nah it's literally over. Imagine how saturated those few jobs the ai can't do will be + the shitskin invaders willing to be literal wage slaves. I predict it will be almost impossible to find a decent job in the near future. You will have the rich garden gnomes always in high end executive positions and everyone else will be living on government handouts in the pod. This shit seems to be also part of the NWO.
My advice? learn to become self sufficient while you still can or you will be a slave like the rest.
Be the owner.
Are the roads AI proof? How heavy is that shit?
Be a tradesmen that repairs and maintains automated commercial and industrial systems.
And have another trade dedicated to damaging it. Like a self perpetuating industry.
AI could never replace a 20 year old super hot fully female professional dicksucker.
AI transport shills seem to be willfully ignorant of the fact that we are an empire in decline and our infrastructure is crumbling around our ears. Until an AI can drive offroad reliably, that shit's a lost cause.
all jobs, AI is garbage and you know it. You see how AI art is absolute dogshit and anyone can tell its generic trash? That means it is worthless as art. Artists are commissioned for their style, something AI does not have.
The art world is a money laundering operation.
It has nothing to do with how good the art is
complete cope. no one is money laundering through ai generated jeet art. just another episode of 4chan clinging to a narrative and just spewing bullshit to push said narrative. same with the clot shot deaths. two more weeks
Here's a few questions of my own.
If every job is automated,
>How do we make money?
If we're all on ubi
>where do we get the money?
If only the rich get taxed,
>What happens when they run out of money?
how will utitlizing a.i. do anything except eventually decronstruct the internet and then implode on itself?
That's the goal. To reduce us back to serfdom.
>If every job is automated,
>How do we make money?
We don't. That's the point.
>If we're all on ubi
>where do we get the money?
I was going to ask if you understood what money actually stands for, but then I saw your memeflag and realised you wouldn't have ever learned or thought about it.
>If only the rich get taxed,
>What happens when they run out of money?
Taxes aren't necessary. Haven't been for.......pffffff, I'd argue at least 40 years. Minimum.
Yes but I wont tell you 🙂
g-g-guys, is weird al gonna be safe?
all of the AI generated garbage lyrics read the same too. same as the AI art, it's all absolute worthless trash. AI has no soul and it is glaringly obvious that the soul is the element which gives the humans creation a spark.
>hurr durr johnny cash's hurt
Zoomers were a mistake. You cant write a parody of a cover song.
Weird al's amish paradise was a parody of gangsta's paradise, which was a remix of a 50's song
>Is there any job that is AI proof?
Jannies because they cost free and AI cost more.
That entire trailer needs to be a battery just to have the juice to haul it self
>Is there any job that is AI proof?
Yeah, having to repair your chinese made shit.
Why do you need a job when economics is made up bullshit and everyone can easily get universal basic income?
Especially when we reduce population by 5 billion
Just be a professional AI
If you're an NPC you're set already
it is weird but I actually think comedy is one thing AI will struggle with because it is so very human
I've heard some really good ai music and seen some great videos and images and text messages but I haven't really seen any good jokes from the ai comedy writer
Attacking the systems that enable ai replacing humans in the workforce is going to be a human position.
No office job which includes executives will be "AI" proof unless "AI" is banned by executives as a way to prolong and preserve their own job security. Physical labor jobs are not mass immigration proof or "AI" proof but robotics to do physical labor work take years to develop and are expensive compared to hiring imported labor
"AI" will eventually be able to do nearly any job including those of politicians, executives, media, general office work, and so on. The recent advancements in "AI" make it clear the technology is absolutely achievable but will require more work
Userer. Because ~~*they*~~ will never permit it.
NO SUCH THING AS AI, memflaggot
Investor in AI companies.
checkmate, you little AI shit
It jobs, code gays and smug morons who sit around doing shit managing servers, look down in your average IT tech, but they'll most likely be insanely important as there will be people needed to repair broken equip and repairing boards and what not.
Yes I do work as a board repair man, and I can never see ai replacing it especially when it's gonna take over.
Most people are intimidated by our skill set, so they don't try cause they assume you need to be a lvl 100 wizard to even try .
Politicians. They will ban AI before it takes their jobs.
You can have AI pron, but AI can't suck your cock.
Although leaving your kid with a bot is arguably safer than leaving your kid with a moron looking after it.
yeah, the one in your picture. you haven't the slightest idea how trucking works if you think it's anywhere near automation at any meaningful enough scale to threaten jobs
Manual labor but they already filled those jobs with mexicans and shit.
>women are trash
>single men can't adopt
>if we ban guns mass killing events will stop!
Police officer. It'll be supplemented by technology such as tracking and surveillance, but crime will always happen. It'll have to be a city that does actually want to stop crime though. Lol.
>anything involving plants and trees
any complex manual labor involving fine motor skills or interacting with nature/animals/kids really. Live music might not be safe as I'm sure it's fairly easy to program animatronic stuff on a flat stage, but who knows.
For robots to take some of these jobs we will have to completely rethink kitchen and garden design and it'll probably be more expensive than it's worth, at least for quite a while. And childcare, you can forget about it. People (at least white people) will not leave their children with robots at least until they're so good it's impossible to tell they're a robot.
Clinical mental health counselor.
No, but some are clearly more resistant than others. Truck driving is one of them. Even with all the massive investment we are not close. Whearas writing/art are done just as a byproduct of training AI.
>Whearas writing/art are done just as a byproduct of training AI
The "AI" can write something like Captain America 6 - The Rise of Muttnited States. But "AI" can't
>be funny (not just in le random shit way but actually construct jokes that arise from the narrative and really land)
>make accurate observations about the human existence & experience
>OFFEND (because muh feelings)
Therefore "AI" can't write films and shows like American Beauty, Mad Men, Joker, The Passion of the Christ, American Sniper, The Sopranos, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Juno, White Lotus, A Clockwork Orange, Last Tango in Paris, Straw Dogs, Life of Brian, Cruising, The Exorcist, Kids, Pulp Fiction, Antichrist, Nymphomaniac, Ken Park, High Plains Drifter, Basic Instinct, The Wild Bunch...
[I'm using "AI" very loosely because at this point we are only talking about language models that are not intelligent in any way or form]
High level engineering since it benefits so much from advanced AI.
Yes. It's called not being a NEET.
Every job will eventually get replaced by an AI+Robot in our lifetime. Some just earlier than others.
moron fuck u
>80% less haulage, due to battery weight
>far shorter travel distance, meaning longer freight times
>x 5 trucks x 2~3 freight time = "E. V." meme
HR and Reception, because they'd always want to let women have an easy life while men bust their asses. No cushy jobs for men.
silicon valley HR depts got absolutely gutted, the job is eminently automatable, Uber drivers were already being hired/fired by algorithm
If this truck is "fully automated", wouldn't it be more practical to just load a shipping container onto it? Or does it slide inside?
the tractor head is where the good stuff happens
rest of it can be refrigerated trailer (as in the render), flatbed, whatever
Manual labor would be the last one replaced since it would take longer to make physical robots that actually have the manipulation level of a human(at a reasonable price)