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Wednesday, January 9, 2019

What is the future for the workforce at the NNA labs?



"Will an AI take YOUR job in 2019? China's leading expert warns it will take over HALF of jobs within 15 years (and reveals the most at risk careers)"
THE TEN MOST ENDANGERED JOBS FROM AI

Telemarketer / telesales
Customer support 
Warehouse workers
Clerks and operational staff 
Telephone operators 
Teller/cashier 
Fast food workers 
Dish washers 
Assembly line inspector 

Not sure that half the jobs at the NNSA labs are in danger but maybe 1/4? 

JOBS AN AI CAN AND CAN'T DO 
THE JOBS AI WILL TAKE OVER FIRST

Sales and Marketing Research 
Insurance adjuster 
Security guards 
Truck drivers 
Consumer loan underwriter 
Financial and sports journalists 
Bookkeepers & Financial Analysts 
Fruit pickers 
Investment professionals 
Radiologist 

JOBS AN AI WON'T BE ABLE TO DO

Psychiatrists 
Therapists 
Medical caregivers
AI researchers and engineers 
Fiction writers 
Teachers 
Criminal defense attorney 
Computer Scientists & Engineers 
Scientists 
Managers (actually leaders)


Hmm, well the NNSA labs don't have many scientists left and there certainly are no "actual leaders" so maybe 1/2 the workforce 
will be in danger.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The article leads off with the 10 most endangered jobs and I see 9 listed. If AI is based off of the counting ability of the latest generation of folks populating the schools these days, I foresee a few glitches along the way.

Anonymous said...

Also, uhmm, there are no existing artificially intelligent systems, nor will there be any time soon. Notwithstanding the hype and marketing. (For sure, robotic systems and assorted software systems have replaced human laborers. Those systems are not intelligent, except to the extent that their marketers label them thus.)

Anonymous said...

At best, "AI" (really pseudo-AI) is being used to aid workers as tools to help make better decisions and improve efficiency. It's amusing that this article claims that AI will never replace psychiatrists when "AI" tools are ALREADY being used by psychiatrists to aid in their decision making. If "AI" improves their efficiency enough, it might result in the net loss of a few psychiatrists' jobs.

It seems like the author could easily be replaced by a mediocre AI troll program.

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