With AI starting to enter the industries. Which professions you shouldn't be pursuing now? Posted on February 28, 2023 by Anonymous With AI starting to enter the industries. Which professions you shouldn't be pursuing now?
Jobs that tolerate high error-margins and have user-verifiable results and do not require manipulating objects in physical world.
Good examples for AI displacement:
Bad examples for AI displacement:
lmao imagine thinking like this
as soon as some nerd tries to hotswap his liquid cooled gpu for funsies he'll design a latch mechanism for it and its over for all types of plumbing, computery or otherwise residential. the cumbersome empty cylinder is replaced with machined rectangle-like segments with no-spill swaps. the inner tube still there somewhere inside, easier than ever to swap out thanks to its new interface enclosure.
although *technically* that isnt AI... but then all the shortcuts in the computer aided design could be AI'd.
just like that, chumps.
You clearly living in some fantasy world, where dozens of years of real world crust can be swapped with NEW SHINY TECH overnight.
its not shiny tech, it'd be dirt cheap substrate like PVC with rubber and some strategically placed aluminum pegs if anything, _thats_ Technology, abundance out of cognitive exercise. the only hefty expense is at the design stage and, well, ...lmao. the initial rollout will be limited, and then everywhere all at once. good fucking luck lol
furthermore i'm hyped about finally replacing copper pipes out for something less toxic like Silicon Nitride or similarly inert ceramics or composite materials that don't shatter nor affect the water supply. the major reason to avoid doing it now is the stupid fucking pipes requiring an absurd amount of babysitting with varying types of tape and plumbers who'd probably damage them while installing them.
any new inner coating against biofilm or hard water scaling can be tested and rejected multiple times without any major damage.
No normie can use CAD software, nor install the easiest watercooling without specific instructions that someone wrote and checked is 100% correct.
Try generating plumbing instructions for your house and follow through, I'll wait.
I think it's too soon to tell about the art thing. It's laughable to claim that any professional application of art would have high error margins
Art tolerates it well because small inconveniences can still only be brushed up upon. Failing a pipe install will result in catastrophic water damage to the house
All of them, and I hope AI makes it easier to keep being a NEET.
It should help with that, provided there would be competition and not couple giants owning the entire playing field. Though in my country the government already pays for your food, housing, meds, phone bills and leaves a couple hundred extra every month if you simply choose to not work.
What the fuck anon, where do you live
Probably Sweden or something.
It's similar in Germany although those couple of hundred you have left over are meant for food and any other expenses and if you fail to apply for job positions they are going to cut that by up to 30% which leaves you with 280€ a month instead of 400. Or maybe its 350 instead of 500, I don't know.
my tendies are ready
why does he do it?
his gf is cuter
Because andoid gf is superior to a flesh roastie. (at least this picture implies it)
Robot girl doesnt moan and is smarter.
>Robot girl doesnt moan
that's not an improvement
it does when you cheat on her for other robots
what's the pleasure of cheating then?
also this is not the only circumstance in which women moan
huge turn off. might as well just fuck a fleshlight
What’s wrong with you?
>churning out clickbait articles
>selling dogshit visual assets on fiver
that's it I guess
Don't learn to code.
Even if AI can write pieces of code you still need programmers for bugfixing and assembling them all together. Plus you need actual humans for R&D
Exactly. Until we have a good enough AGI we'll still need programmers to give the AI good prompts, organize the code, and bugtest the shit out of it. Also by the time AI is good enough to create perfect bug-free code for apps and shit on the word go we're basically all fucked anyways.
>Until we have a good enough AGI we'll still need programmers to give the AI good prompts, organize the code, and bugtest the shit out of it
how many programmers do you think will actually be needed for this tho, it's not very involved at all this will be the white-collar equivalent of flipping burgers
NTA but that's probably hard to guess. Until then every company under the sun is going to be chasing this tech so you can certainly expect a lot of hiring to everything involving buzzwords like data, inference, training, models but what you will really be doing is maintaining some third party stuff bought to make sure they can announce they are doing implementing AI workloads to do x faster and reliably. kek
I don’t think anything is off limits. When you look at human history a handful of people have ever done anything useful while everyone else is just there for the ride. In between the few who did something and the general masses you have grifters and that’s where the money is at. Find a good grift. All you do is take what’s already there and package it in a way that makes people think it’s new and has an impressive look about it. AI doesn’t change this.
Does anyone know what happened to all horse related jobs and people when cars enetered the market?
better example would be uber vs taxi
There are nothing in human history comparable to AI, this will not just make some work faster with less people but it will also change how we view the art. It will be slowed down by legal and "moral" bullshit but no one will be able to stop this, especially when we have China that does not give a shit about copyrights and western sjws.
>There are nothing in human history comparable to cars, this will not just make some traveling faster with less resources but it will also change how we view the trip. It will be slowed down by legal and "moral" bullshit but no one will be able to stop this, especially when we have China that does not give a shit about driving laws and western seatbelts.
>what is a train
Even if current AI could destroy a lot of jobs, it will not be as clear cut as that
soulless and doesn't even transcribe the situation
Any trade job
Making a robot that can reliably fix a sink or install a light fixture at a reasonable price is literally decades away at best
It’s funny how AI is replacing artists and writers first when supposedly it was going to be menial jobs who get wiped out, and we’d be living in a utopia
Instead we got infinite seinfield
It's gotten to the point where I always have an /sdg/ general tab open just so I can check in on the progress of AI art and still be able to identify them.
Just imagine if this makes humanity enter a new epoch of technological innovation. The kids being born 70 years from now are going to be living in an utopia.
I wouldn't be so optimistic. This is going to be weaponized before it becomes a net good.
Being weaponized doesn't mean it gets to be used for nefarious reasons. Look at nuclear, or microbiology (I know, I know kek). There's still something good to be taken from it. I think the wealthy elites are just as interested in making sure the bottom of the population doesn't die in the gutter as long as they get to maintain their control. Painting them as evil maniacs is too cartoonish. It's more like they are too detached from everyday reality.
In reality, they will live in a dystopian hell on earth.
That's wishful thinking. Look at the history of civilization and we've been hitting pretty solid home runs at improving everything. I'll concede that this is still some form of wishful thinking too before everything goes bananas in some apocalyptic scenario, but still, could be 50 years as well as 300 years from now. A lot of doomsayers have been proved wrong time and time again.
So far as technology has progressed life has only gotten worse and worse. Why do you think that will change in the future?
Ai can't replace Nepotism.
Expensive critical stuff at factory repair guy.
unironically anything about sales won't be touched by AI. The problem is being a (good) salesman is way more difficult than being a programmer.
Even if you aren't blessed with genetic autism, you can be a code monkey and get some job doing menial work. But being a salesman, oh boy, you are born with it or you don't. No training, no experience will make you a good salesman.
tl;dr: be a salesman if you have the good genes for it.
OP's pic is a failed attempt at a meme. Instead of looking at her ass, he's looking at the viewer. This is just an example of an annoying aspect about the state of image AI, it can eventually generate good visuals if you prompt & cherry pick enough, but it keeps screwing up on nuances.
It was just a quick gen stolen from /sdg/, I'm sure the author could have fixed that if they were inclined.
It's not a cure all tool
>white male distracted by asian female
what did AI mean by this?