Check out the TOP 10 job roles that AI is slated to replace
By Ethan Huff // Jan 29, 2024

ChatGPT and other related artificial intelligence (AI) programs have become so "skilled" at doing various tasks that multinational corporations like Google, Amazon, IBM and others are making plans to replace human labor jobs with AI robots.

The following 10 jobs, mostly white collar, are now at risk due to the threat of AI:

1) Tech jobs (i.e., coders, computer programmers)

Though not yet fully possible, tech jobs like coding and computer programming could soon be filled by AI robots that experts say are increasingly able to do this type of work because AI programs like ChatGPT are already demonstrating acuity in number crunching.

2) Media jobs (i.e., advertising, technical writing)

Content creation in general could one day be produced by AI, with existing AI programs showing promise in their ability to read, write and understand text-based data.

"Analyzing and interpreting vast amounts of language-based data and information is a skill that you'd expect generative AI technologies to ramp up on," commented Anu Madgavkar, a partner at the McKinsey Global Institute.

3) Legal industry jobs (i.e., paralegals, legal assistants)

Information-related jobs in law are also on the chopping block as AI programs advance. Paralegals and legal assistants who deal with large amounts of information in order to translate it into something more digestible via a legal brief or opinion face growing competition from AI programs that can do the same thing.

4) Market research analysts

The data collection and trend identification tasks of market research analysts are another area where AI is said to excel because of its ability to translate information on command.

5) Teachers

Students across the country are already using programs like ChatGPT to cheat on their homework, and the teachers who are identifying this face the possibility of being replaced by AI programs, too.

"Although it has bugs and inaccuracies in terms of knowledge, this can be easily improved," said Pengcheng Shi, an associate dean in the department of computing and information sciences at the Rochester Institute of Technology, noting that ChatGPT "can easily teach classes already.

"Basically, you just need to train the ChatGPT."

(Related: While criticizing Microsoft for developing in own real-life Skynet AI to control "every facet" of human life, billionaire electric vehicle [EV] kingpin Elon Musk is doing the very same thing with his companies.)

6) Finance jobs

The numerical data processed by financial analysts and personal financial advisors is easily doable by even existing AI technologies, let alone the latest and greatest AI programs that are still yet to come.

7) Traders

The same goes for traders, who are currently performing tasks that can easily be accomplished by computers.

"At an investment bank, people are hired out of college, and spend two, three years to work like robots and do Excel modeling – you can get AI to do that," Shi further commented.

8) Graphic designers

Late last year, three professors spoke about an AI tool called DALL-E that can generate images in seconds, as opposed to the weeks or even months it would take a human graphic designer to produce the same images.

9) Accountants

Intellectual labor is also at risk of an AI takeover, including accountants and even lawyers – it just depends on how far the technology goes in terms of catching the nuances of this type of work.

10) Customer service agents

Anyone who has used ChatGPT even once knows that, in many ways, the tool is like dealing with a human customer service agent who was trained in robotic ways to handle customers. Could it be that ChatGPT and other similar programs will replace human customer service tasks?

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