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Can Artificial intelligence take over our jobs in the future?

Artificial intelligence has been developing immensely in the last few years. This technology has been one of the greatest inventions. But, with the advancement of this technology, there is a risk that the world is foreseeing. Many people have doubts about the impact that this development will have on the employment of regular people.

There is speculation and fear around the world that there will be some millions of unemployment and job crisis in the future. People fear losing their jobs to machines and artificial intelligence in no time.

Now it is our time to analyze the whole socioeconomic condition around the world and how this can impact the employment sectors in the world.

The jobs at risk

Repetitive tasks can easily be mechanized, rendering some positions redundant over time. For example, technology and automation are increasingly replacing human labor in customer service/call center operations, document categorization, finding and retrieval, and material moderation. Intelligent machines that can navigate space securely, discover and transfer items such as goods, components, or tools and conduct intricate assembly procedures are replacing humans in duties related to the production line and factory operation.

Even more complex activities, such as those involving real-time processing of many signals, data streams, and accumulated knowledge, demonstrate A.I.'s superiority. Autonomous cars, for example, may collect and understand data about the world and its dynamics in real-time, as well as decide and act by pre-determined optimization goals.

Source: HR Technologist

Jobs that AI may be capable of replacing

It is speculated that many of the repetitive tasks can be easily replaced by AI with the help of machine learning and other advanced technologies. Here are some of the jobs that are under threat.


As the character Pam from The Office predicted, computerized phone and scheduling technologies can replace a lot of the traditional receptionist function, especially in current technology firms that lack office-wide network infrastructure or worldwide organizations.

Couriers and Deliveries

Drones and robots are already displacing couriers and delivery staff, and it's only a matter of time before the entire sector is mechanized. Simultaneously time, this sector is expected to grow by 5% by 2024, so it will not happen as quickly as we think.


As advertising shifts away from traditional platforms and toward internet and social media environments, people don't need to handle sales for marketers that want to obtain ad space. By providing free application program interfaces (APIs) and self-serve ad marketplaces, more social media networks are removing the salesperson and making it faster and easier for users to produce money, which is reflected in the industry's expected 3% reduction.

Just as the advertising salespersons, retail salesperson jobs are at a stake as well. With services like self-checkout, companies are democratizing the customer experience, and today's client is much more internet-savvy and inclined to conduct their research and purchase.


Proofreading software is commonly accessible, and HubSpot makes extensive use of it. From Microsoft Word's simple spelling and grammar check to Grammarly and the Hemingway Application, there are now various technologies that make it much easier to self-check your work.


We've all already got robocalls advertising various products and services, but telemarketing job growth is expected to decline by 3% by 2024. This is due in part to the following requirements for success. Unlike other sales occupations, telemarketers do not require a high level of cerebral or psychological aptitude to be successful. Because direct telephone open rates are typically less than 10%, this is an excellent option for automation.


Jobs in this industry are expected to decline by 8% by 2024, and it's easy to understand why much bookkeeping is already being automated. It's no surprise that this profession has such a high probability because tools like QuickBooks, FreshBooks, and Microsoft Office already do the bookkeeping for you at a fraction of the expense of hiring someone.

Compensation and Benefits Manager

This is surprising given that job growth is predicted to increase by 7% by 2024. As businesses grow in size, human and paper-based software can create more hurdles, time delays, and costs, especially in global markets. When it comes to providing benefits to large groups of employees, automated benefits systems can save time and effort, and companies like Ultipro and Workday are already well-known.

Computer Support Specialist

With so much information on the internet, including directions, step-by-step tutorials, and hacks, it's no surprise that companies will rely more heavily on bots and automation in the future to manage support requests from employees and customers.

Market Research Analyst

Market research experts are important in the development of communications, content, and products, but autonomous AI and surveys are making it easier to obtain this data. GrowthBot, for example, can conduct market research on nearby firms and competitors with a single Slack query.


Though the complete list of replaceable jobs is still unpredictable right now considering the rapid development in technologies, there are still many jobs that are irreplaceable by AIs to date. This includes the jobs of writers, editors, event planners, graphic designers, software developers, human resource managers, public relations managers, chief executives, sales managers, etc. These jobs are still safe from AI competitors because they require more human interaction, high emotional intelligence, creativity, and critical thinking.

While AI will be able to automate some of the more time-consuming tasks, it will not be able to fully replace the human emotions and behaviors that customers and audiences are familiar with. Some clients still prefer to speak with a live customer service professional rather than a bot when they have a problem. Regularly, a company may require a chief executive or managers with strong emotional intelligence and possibly other teamwork-oriented qualities. Similarly, AI may not be able to swiftly replace a creative job or service that requires employees to think outside the box or try new things.


To help their work, Newsmusk allows writers to use primary sources. White papers, government data, initial reporting, and interviews with industry experts are only a few examples. Where relevant, we also cite original research from other respected publishers.

Source- Analytics Insight


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