The rapid advancements in automation and artificial intelligence (AI) are reshaping the workforce and raising questions about the future of work.
Companies need workers with the right skills to develop, manage, and maintain their automated equipment and digital processes and to do the jobs that machines cannot. Reskilling can help left-behind workers find new careers.
It’s essential for workers to need to learn new skills to access the employment market in a very competitive environment.This article explores the impact of automation and AI on employment, the skills required in the evolving job market, and the importance of adaptability and lifelong learning. […]
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Lazy girl job
“There’s a lot of jobs out there where you can make like 60 to 80k,” Gabrielle says in her video, posted on May 25th. “I’m branding it lazy girl jobs.”
Gabrielle defines a “lazy girl job” as a flexible remote position that is non-technical, high-paying and doesn’t require extreme efforts or difficult performance goals. She used examples of job titles like “customer service manager” and “marketing associate” that fit the lazy job category.Flexibility was another key part of the lazy job role, according to her. Jobs that didn’t have a fixed start or end time were great […]
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For those wondering when AI will start replacing human jobs , the answer is it already has.
Artificial intelligence contributed to nearly 4,000 job losses last month, according to data from Challenger, Gray & Christmas, as interest in the rapidly evolving technology’s ability to perform advanced organizational tasks and lighten workloads has intensified.
The report released Thursday by the outplacement firm shows that layoff announcements from U.S.-based employers reached more than 80,000 in May — a 20% jump from the prior month and nearly four times the level for the same month last year. Of those cuts, AI was responsible for […]
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A man moves his finger toward an automated hand. AFP PHOTO/ GERARD JULIEN (Photo credit … [+] AFP via Getty Images Fear colors much conversation about artificial intelligence (AI). Some seem concerned with matters of privacy, others worry over abuses of power or the upending of social relationships. Much of the fear centers on job destruction. These last concerns are far from new. They have emerged with every technological advance since the industrial revolution began in the late eighteenth century. They are a very old story that commentators today have attached to something otherwise very new. If the history […]
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Technology used to automate dirty and repetitive jobs. Now, artificial intelligence chatbots are coming after high-paid ones.
Eric Fein at his home in Bloomingdale, Ill. Fein lost many of his writing jobs to ChatGPT and plans to attend the College of DuPage technical school in the fall to study heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. (Taylor Glascock for The Washington Post) When ChatGPT came out last November, Olivia Lipkin, a 25-year-old copywriter in San Francisco, didn’t think too much about it. Then, articles about how to use the chatbot on the job began appearing on internal Slack groups at […]
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At one time, no one had ever heard of a telegraph operator. An electrician. Auto mechanic. TV producer. X-ray technician. Software developer. Webmaster. Cybersecurity specialist.
Advancements in technology have always spawned new kinds of jobs while rendering other ones obsolete. Artificial intelligence will be no exception. Right now, we don’t fully know what those jobs will be. But that hasn’t stopped job seekers from trying to find out.Prognosticators say artificial intelligence will likely have a similar impact on the labor market — and workers want to get in on the ground floor. But it’s clear that even employers don’t […]
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Blue Planet Studio/Getty Images The recent news that BT would reduce its workforce by as many as 55,000 by 2030, including about 10,000 jobs replaced by artificial intelligence (AI) , is part of a growing trend of job losses globally due to various forms of automation.
This is borne out by several industry reports, including one from McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) acknowledging that as many as 800 million jobs may be lost globally due to changes in technology by 2030.
In our book Work 3.0 , the author and business adviser Avik Chanda and I contend that, due to automation as […]
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Miller is a local author, professor at San Diego City College, and vice president for the American Federation of Teachers, Local 1931. He lives in Golden Hill.
Are you ready for the great disruption? According to a recent article in The New York Times, tens of millions of jobs could be automated by generative artificial intelligence. Boosters of AI are bullish on how this technology will increase productivity, but the cost for workers could be enormous.
According to The New York Times, “there will be immense instability for displaced workers. Automation has been a significant driver of income inequality in […]
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Survey of 1,000 employees in the US
MUNICH, Germany–(BUSINESS WIRE)– #AI — 63 percent of employees in the US welcome AI services like ChatGPT to help them make the right decision at the workplace. A big majority of almost 80 percent though wants such digital tools to be instantly recognizable as machines. These are results of the automatica trend index 2023. For the study, 1,000 employees were surveyed in the US on behalf of the leading trade fair for smart automation and robotics “automatica” (June 27 – June 30 in Munich, Germany). “Robotics and Artificial Intelligence software like […]
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