The Future of Work: Humans and AI in Collaboration

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Today’s morning read, a report form BBC.com “The jobs AI won’t take yet“, exactly as me, fire myself from a big company to start my blog.

As technology continues to advance, there is increasing concern about the impact of automation and AI on the job market. While it’s true that some jobs are at risk of being automated, there are also many roles that are less likely to be taken over by machines. In fact, the future of work is likely to involve a collaboration between humans and AI, with humans focusing on tasks that require creativity, empathy, and complex decision-making, while AI handles more routine tasks. In this article, we’ll explore the jobs that are less likely to be automated, the skills and expertise that will be in demand in the future, and how humans can adapt to a changing job market.

  1. Jobs that require creativity, empathy, and human interaction are less likely to be taken over by AI. These include roles such as therapists, teachers, artists, and social workers.
  2. Jobs that involve unpredictable environments or decision-making are also less likely to be automated. Examples include jobs in the emergency services, law enforcement, and military.
  3. Jobs that require physical dexterity or manual skill are also less likely to be automated. This includes jobs such as chefs, plumbers, and carpenters.
  4. AI is more likely to take over jobs that involve routine or repetitive tasks, such as data entry, customer service, or manufacturing.
  5. However, even in jobs that are more likely to be automated, there are still certain tasks that require human input, such as problem-solving, decision-making, and judgment.
  6. The future of work is likely to involve a combination of human and AI capabilities, with humans focusing on tasks that require creativity, empathy, and complex decision-making, while AI handles more routine tasks.

So…Many “high-end” positions sitting in the office will be increasingly threatened by AI and high probably be replaced, while those porters or hairdressers, and cleaners on the street seems difficult to be replaced.The closer to the information work, the greater the probability of being replaced.

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