Jobs That AI Could Take In The Next 10 Years

Jobs That AI Could Take In The Next 10 Years

What jobs will AI replace?

March 9, 2023

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Nowadays, AI is everywhere and evolving. It’s been increasing day by day. Perhaps, this article is our new series, which studies how rapid technological advances are transforming our lives.

I wake up and ask my hidden personal assistant (Siri) on my smartphone to call my girlfriend. She calls my girlfriend. I also ask Siri to tell me the events which I have today on the calendar.

I am sure many of us live with AI; for example, the unseen algorithms that control our internet-connected devices, from smartphones to security cameras. There are so many incredible ways that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are used behind us to impact our everyday lives. 

In this article, I’ll show you 5 jobs that are most likely to be replaced by AI in the next 10 years. According to Forbes, here are the following 5 jobs which AI could take: 

Factory Worker: In reality, this has been already happening for some time. Using robotics in the factory sector has a much longer history than you think. Today most robots are used in manufacturing operations; the applications can be divided into three categories: (1) material handling, (2) processing operations, and (3) assembly and inspection. It is used to take on repeating tasks. Thus, we are likely to see humans working in factories fewer and fewer over time. 

Couriers: Drones and robots have already replaced delivery boys. Thus, there is a high probability to see advancement in AI that will completely replace delivery jobs and courier persons. For instance, Amazon has become a company eager to push the envelope on automation. In addition, Tesla has been testing self-driving technology for years. It is a sign that AI and robotics replace human jobs.

Investment Analyst: This one perhaps surprises you, but it is the best one we might know. An enormous amount of work and labor in the financial industry is used for gathering, categorizing, and analyzing data. Not only is this tedious and time-consuming, but there are limits to how much information a human can process and always the possibility of errors. That’s why machine learning tools or AI are invaluable for processing vast amounts of data and analyzing images like tables, charts, and research reports. AI will help analyses by scoring all basic factors that affect the price such as valuation, growth, quality, sentiment, and risks, and adjust each factor according to a market situation to get a proper investing ratio regarding your risk acceptable level.

Customer Service: We all use chatbots and most websites will offer a friendly pop-up in the bottom right corner asking if we need some help; in many cases, they work very well. For example, you can see a chatbot pop-up once you visit website. Sometimes those bots are already provided to be very successful in fixing customer problems immediately. Over time, AI will allow this technology to interpret what we are saying and provide real, natural responses to customers' or users' queries. 

Security Guards: Security is very important. Many homes and businesses want security protection to ensure their safety. For example, security cameras are equipped in many homes, shops, buildings, skyscrapers, and so on. It seems like technology is becoming a significant part of people's daily lives. People can check the situation in their house with just one tap on their smartphone. With no need to pay overtime, it’s likely to see more and more businesses and families choose technological solutions to their protection needs.

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