As the technology behind Artificial Intelligence and Artificially Generated Content (AGC) becomes increasingly sophisticated and available, many people are wondering what the future will look like. If computer-generated content gets better at mimicking human language, then how long can it be until it’s indistinguishable from human-created content? It’s a complex topic, and it’s on everyone’s minds as we look forward to the next decade. Some people are worried about how AGC will affect jobs that involve creativity. Others are concerned about how AGC is going to make it easier for businesses to create content without ever having to pay for it. The debate, however, deserves a further layer of complexity. Is there really a place in society for these creations? Are they taking jobs away from humans or simply freeing manpower for different ones? Will they result in skyrocketing unemployment figures? Some people have done a lot of thinking about how artificial intelligence (AI) will affect the job market, and depending on who you ask, it’s either going to revolutionize the way we work, or lead to mass unemployment. The truth is likely somewhere in between. In this brief, we’ll look at a few jobs where AI is unlikely to be replacing humans anytime soon—but we’re not saying they won’t change as a result.
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