Robot unemployment is around the corner? What’s the chance of humans leaving AI without jobs in San Crypto
Hola, everyone! Gua is back with a new material. Being a vibrant business-oriented city, San Crypto offers immense job opportunities for both living creatures and robots. Yes, the authorities come out for equal rights for all the species, so it’s not surprising to see humans and androids working side-by-side in almost any company.
Although robots are deemed as senseless, they have recently become concerned with the risk of losing their positions: what if humans start considering them a threat and take over all the vacant places? Well, let me share my predictions on what kinds of jobs will always belong to our mechanic friends.
While robots regard humans and species alike as their parents, they live separately and autonomously in San Crypto. Robots want to be employed to get wages: otherwise who would cover electricity bills and pay for bright experiences encoded in their memory chips?!
As technology continues to advance at an unprecedented rate, the role of artificial intelligence in the workforce cannot be underestimated, especially in the capitalist society of San Crypto. Human brains cannot evolve to the level of robots, so certain tasks are more likely to be completely delegated to AI. What are they?
Data entry is a boring and time-consuming task that requires a high level of accuracy. Did you know that a human’s attention span is 8.25 seconds only? Mistakes are unavoidable when they work with endless numbers and formulas. With the advent of AI, this snore-fest can be easily delegated to robots. AI-powered bots can keep processing input data accurately and quickly for hours (as long as fans cool down their chips), allowing humans to focus on more complex tasks.
Robots’ ability to crunch numbers also makes them a perfect solution for creating software. The task that takes programmers days to perform and hours to test would be completed within a few minutes! Robots can also find bugs in the code and correct them as quickly as never before.
Like many other people you can be sick and tired of hearing robotic assistants’ when calling customer support, but put yourself at the place of agents. Would you like to answer the same questions over and over again? Or feel like a pinata for angry customers yelling on the other end of the line? This is where bots come in handy.
Customer service is a job that involves a lot of repetitive tasks, such as answering frequently asked questions and handling pretty much the same complaints. AI-powered chatbots can be programmed to handle these tasks, freeing up human customer service representatives to deal with more complicated and personalized issues.
Nowadays, many international companies use robots at their front desks. AI is used to manage even the calls. You may have encountered them when making a reservation for a table at a restaurant. Introverts’ dreams come true: now they can make a reservation without speaking to a person. The most sophisticated AI receptionists can see, hear, comprehend, and communicate with visitors and clients. And the best part of it — they always smile and stay polite. Bon appetit!
Since San Crypto is a technologically advanced city, it’s no surprise robots and drones are taking the place of delivery personnel. Besides, many other businesses are streamlining different logistics and supply chain processes with the use of artificial intelligence. With the appearance of self-driving cars, long-distance truck drivers will have to search for another job.
With so many species living in San Crypto, surgeons have to spend extra time learning their anatomies, not to mention a huge variety of diseases and medical conditions that require special treatment. Robots and artificial intelligence (AI) have given doctors and surgeons access to genuinely revolutionary possibilities. Robotic physicians can completely replace the function of surgical assistants as they are fully capable of carrying out crucial surgeries!
Additionally, robotic surgeons don’t make human mistakes and can access patients ‘inner worlds’ without making large holes in their bodies. By the way, San Crypto’s pharmaceutical research laboratories are also utilising AI technology to streamline internal testing in search of novel medications.
Manufacturing jobs are often physically demanding and repetitive, which makes them perfect for automation. Robots can work around the clock without getting tired, allowing for faster and more efficient production. Did you know that industrial and assembly robots controlled by computers have been used to build vehicles and other items since the late 1950s? It’s no surprise that they are used on every production line in San Crypto!
Robots have become proficient at reading, writing, and comprehending text-based data, which means AI might have an impact on all media positions, including those in advertising, technical writing, journalism, and any work involving content production.
Reporting and writing chores may be completed more quickly than by humans and, the most important thing — robots don’t screw up deadlines (this is what puts freelancers at risk). Besides, software will replace more journalist and reporter jobs as it gets smarter.
In the financial services sector, AI has already started to replace some manual jobs in areas like loan processing and fraud detection. San Crypto residents use it for investment banking and stock trading since it can forecast stock values more accurately than humans. Additionally, AI-driven solutions have been created to assist users in making better financial decisions, such as budgeting or debt management.
While it’s unclear how big of an impact AI will have on jobs in the financial services industry, there’s no doubt that investing in cutting-edge technology like automation and machine learning will help companies stay ahead of the competition (maybe this is the secret of Bluelight’s overwhelming success?).
Legal professions demand a great deal of knowledge and attention to detail from its practitioners, making them exceptionally well-suited for robots. Lawyers assess contracts, analyze complex situations, give clients legal advice on a range of topics, including company purchases and real estate investments, and advocate their clients’ interests in court. All of these tasks need knowledge and expertise, both of which cannot be easily acquired.
Although robots are not so smart yet to handle complicated lawsuits, they can speed up some time-consuming tasks like contract reviews and document analysis for both legal firms and businesses. Similar to code bugs, they can find breaches in law and inform lawyers about legal opportunities or dangers arising. Having a personal legal advisor sounds like a nice idea, especially in the city like San Crypto where startupers worry about such things as copyright, trademark, and so on.
While humans were smart enough to create Artificial Intelligence, they always realized that the student will surpass the master one day. Time has come: we see that robots are capable of crunching tasks that require too much time and effort. So should they worry about losing workplaces? I don’t think so. Human nature will never change: we’d rather delegate jobs than suffer from laziness and boredom. So far, it seems enough for the existence of a well-balanced modern society where living creatures and bots live peacefully side-by-side.