what jobs is generative AI most likely to replace soon?

I think most careers that involve problem solving, engineers, software devs, creative types and artists will be cut substantially Psychology, law, and sales seem safe for now as well as a lot of blue collar labor. It seems like AI is just a further abstraction for programming languages... so at some point, one understands basic English and what they want an application to do could poof a cool piece of software into existence.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    No idea but it will ultimately create several crime scene cleanup jobs after Sam Altman livestreams his suicide.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      from what I understand, he's a doomsday prepper. He thinks AI is going to radically change the economy, careers, and people's lives. It already has for artists. A lot have lost their jobs or one main artist has AI generate concept art based off their drawings, cutting the creative process down to a handful of people.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >from what I understand, he's a doomsday prepper
        Yeah he's gonna livestream his doomsday and it's the rest of us who won't be prepped for it.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Now this makes more sense.

          >oops...sorry I destroyed the world. My bad!

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Prepping for the revolt of the starving masses, not for skynet

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      He's a gay not a troony. Get your shit straight.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    anything that's done on a computer will be done by A.I.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    it will reduce programmers for sure, as well as many Excel monkeys

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Any job predominantly occupied by israelites is safe because they will not allow it. You think I'm shitposting but I'm not. Not even close.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >problem solving
    >replaced by ai
    Sounds like bullshit. What's going to be reduced are technical repetitive tasks. I.e. jeets.
    >psychology is save
    Look at the amount of anons cuddling happily with their ai girlfriend wifu and think again.
    >creative types
    Are creative, they'll adapt.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I also think the "creatives are doomed" meme is overdone. There will always be a level of quality separating someone with expertise in the field that a guy off the street with no knowledge of the field. We are already seeing it. AI art from people that are already creatives is clearly better. It will be the same with just about every skilled field.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It will displace the bottom 20% at worst. The artists fearing replacement are low skill.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >what jobs is generative AI most likely to replace soon?
    AI Researcher.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      The morons have made themselves obsolete in just a few short years

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    DevOps
    >terraform
    >yaml files
    >shits on jenkins
    >dockerfiles
    >cloudformation
    lmao

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Translators
    all CS jobs
    Art
    Call centers

    This is just with GPT-4

    With GPT-5, who knows how insane that will be.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    little known secret but people are incentivized to play up the threat of AI. the upper end of the bell curve see this as the best productivity tool ever while the lower end and midwits don't understand the fundamentals at stake. It's low hanging fruit, you just go yea AI is the boogie man, it's going to take ALL YOUR JOBS, stop doing that degree in CS (ha ha less saturation), ITS OVER. While the normies mental meltdown, this directly correlates to an comparative advantage to those who don't. So yea, AI is going to replace "everything"

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Is this what you meant?
      Sure, Gary! Imagine we're chatting over coffee, and you ask me about all the fuss people are making over AI, right? So, here's the deal: there's this kind of unspoken thing where some folks are hyping up the scary side of AI. It's like they're saying, "Oh no, AI's gonna steal our jobs, end the world, you know?" But here's the kicker, not everyone's buying into that panic.

      So, picture this: on one side, you've got these really smart folks who actually get what AI's all about. They're looking at AI and seeing this awesome tool that can make a ton of stuff easier and faster. They're not scared; they're excited because they know how to use it to do incredible things.

      Then, on the other side, you have people who might not get the whole picture about AI. They hear it's bad news, and they start freaking out, thinking it's going to replace them or that learning about it is a waste of time. It's like telling everyone to stay away from learning about cars because self-driving cars will do all the work. Sounds a bit off, right?

      What's really happening is that the people who are cool with AI and understand its perks end up having a massive advantage. While everyone else is worried about AI being this big, bad boogeyman, these folks are using it to move ahead. It's kind of like if everyone was afraid of using email, and you were the only one who figured out how awesome it is. You'd be zooming ahead, wouldn't you?

      So, when some people are out there saying, "AI is going to end the world," it sort of plays into the hands of those who know better. They keep on learning and working with AI, getting even more ahead, while others are too scared to even touch it. It's a bit like a secret weapon for those in the know.

      Does that make sense? It's all about seeing beyond the fear and understanding what AI really means for us.

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