WILL AI TAKE MY JOB?!
Your Job Security Versus Artificial Intelligence
Which Jobs Have the Highest Risk of Being Stolen by Artificial Intelligence?
The first thing to know is that most jobs can't be truly replaced by machine automation in the way that we think. For now machines will only improve our lives and create more opportunities for us.
However, if you're concerned about your job, there are resources that can provide transparency on this topic. One specific site that allows individuals to search their occupation and view the statistical possibility of automation replacement is: https://willrobotstakemyjob.com/
For example, according to this site; I have a 4% possibility of being replaced by the T-800.
[error code 404] Some major trends suggest much more detailed possibilities.
What is the Future of AI?
I think it's important to preface this part of the article with the fact that I grew up watching the Terminator movies. With that being said, I feel a sense of unique irony knowing that the robots that will eventually take over the world and destroy the human race... are also our current protectors.
With cyberattacks at an all time high (significantly more common than actual terror attacks) we face the dark reality that our data safety is at constant risk. So how can AI protect us from cybercrime?
Artificial Intelligence can automatically detect millions of events and identify different types of threats – some examples are malware exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities, identifying risky behavior that might lead to a phishing attack, or the downloading of malicious code.
These Automated-Bodyguards detect threats more than 10 times faster than Kevin Costner.
"Hasta La Vista, Virus!"
Who would've thought George Orwell's nightmare would involve frugal PPC robots that calculate budget optimization on digital marketing campaigns?
Certainly not myself... but why not?
Low-Code and No-Code AI
You have a great app idea, an awesome hard working team of designers, and a market with a super high demand for your product. There's just one problem: