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Will we lose our jobs to Artificial Intelligence in the future?

Automation is being used by artificial intelligence to make certain human vocations redundant. Global AI adoption and investment are at an all-time high right now. According to reports, 37 percent of businesses have implemented AI technologies. Global AI spending is expected to more than quadruple in the next three years, reaching $79 billion by 2022, according to analysts.

Nearly two-thirds of global reports claim that AI is allowing their companies to stay ahead of the competition. Sixty-three percent of the executives polled believe AI is critical to their company's performance now, and that number is predicted to rise to 81 percent in the next two years.

Analysts, on the other hand, are split on how much of an impact AI will have on human jobs. On the one hand, AI-driven automation has rendered most employment obsolete, while on the other hand, new job titles and regions in AI operations are being discovered. While AI proponents are concerned about the ethical implications of automation, they are confident that human employees and AI will complement each other, transforming the nature of work for the better. The essence of what corporations seek to do with AI is to change how work gets done within the organization by making operations more efficient, facilitating improved decision-making, and relieving workers from repetitive chores.

Source: SD Times

Bridging the skill gap

Companies will most likely require the correct combination of people to convert business objectives into solution requirements, design, and deploy AI systems in order to achieve their AI goals. They'd have to incorporate AI into their procedures and interpret the outcomes. However, the majority of early adopters have an AI skills gap and are searching for help to fill it. According to reports, 68 percent of executives admit to having a moderate-to-severe skills gap, with more than a quarter describing their gap as extreme. The disparity is visible in all of the countries studied, with 51 percent in China reporting moderate-to-extreme gaps and 73 percent in the United Kingdom expressing the same.

AI builders and AI translators are two new terms for this field. Researchers discover new forms of AI algorithms and systems, software developers architect and code AI systems, data scientists analyze and extract valuable insights from data, and project managers guarantee that AI initiatives are carried out as planned. AI translators connect the front and back ends of constructing AI solutions, bridging the gap between business and technical teams.

AI a Help or Replacement of Human sources in the future

The urge to replace workers with new, AI-ready talent is understandable, but it does not mean that human employment will be eliminated. According to reports, AI talent is in short supply all around the world. Element AI, a Canadian business, analyzed LinkedIn profiles to determine the extent of the global top-tier AI talent pool and discovered 36,524 self-reported PhD-level AI professionals (including data scientists and machine learning researchers and engineers). As a result, it is apparent that when a door in the job sector closes, a new, more advanced segment of jobs opens on the other side.


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Source- Analytics Insight


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