khaskhabar.com : Friday, December 22, 2023 4:32 PM
New Delhi . When IBM CEO Arvind Krishna predicted a few months ago that he could easily see 30 percent of jobs replaced by AI and automation over a five-year period, his statement raised many eyebrows. As the years have passed, the prediction has become somewhat realistic, and AI has begun to eliminate entry-level jobs. Another report from global investment bank Goldman Sachs also caused a storm, in which It has been predicted that AI could eliminate 300 million full-time jobs and generative AI (GenAI) is “a huge advance” in this direction, capable of creating content that feels like human work. According to a recent report from Rejubuilder , more than a third (37 percent) of business leaders say AI has already replaced workers this year. According to Asana’s ‘State of AI at Work 2023’ report, employees say that 29 percent of their work is made possible by AI. According to experts, Level 1 (customer service) and Level 2 (coding, data analytics, etc.) jobs are under imminent threat from GenAI, which is becoming increasingly smarter and more advanced with new sets of Large Language Models (LLMs). Experts say GenAI’s tools can help with basic email correspondence, identifying data trends, Can help office administrators and assistants with tasks like finding mutually available meeting times across time zones and other summarization/synthesis exercises. AI-powered chatbots can provide quick, personalized answers to customer questions, saving human labor. The need may be less. AI is also impacting finance and banking. Morgan Stanley uses AI-powered chatbots to organize its database. According to a recent study by the International Labor Organization (ILO), GenAI has the potential to destroy jobs by automating certain tasks rather than taking over the role entirely. have greater potential to increase than More than 100,000 jobs were considered to have a moderate level of risk. In other occupational groups – including managers, professionals and technicians – only a small share of jobs were found to be extremely risky, while about one-quarter had a moderate risk level. The global body “The potential impacts of generative AI are likely to differ significantly for men and women,” the study said. According to this, the share of female employment is potentially more than doubled due to automation. This is due to the overrepresentation of women in clerical work, especially in high- and middle-income countries. The study emphasizes, “Clerical jobs have traditionally been an important source of female employment. As countries develop economically One consequence of generative AI could be that some clerical jobs in low-income countries may never emerge.” Sridhar Vembu, CEO and co-founder of global technology company Zoho, has said that AI poses a serious threat to many programming jobs. produces.Recent media reports quoted Kunal Shah, founder and CEO of fintech unicorn CRED, as saying that AI will make about 90 percent of people unemployed in the next 10 years.Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk in November Deadly robots that can climb trees, AI that could make all jobs obsolete and a work-less future are near possibilities for humanity, he told British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. There will come a time, he told Sunak in a wide-ranging conversation When no jobs will be needed because AI will be “the most disruptive force in history.” Musk said, AI will be smarter than even the most intelligent human. If you want a job for personal satisfaction then you can do the job, but AI will do everything. This is both good and bad – one of the challenges of the future will be how we find meaning in life. Nearly four thousand people lost their jobs due to AI in the US in May. According to Challenger, Gray & Christmas, a US-based consulting company , employers in the US attributed 3,900 layoffs to AI, which was about 4.9 percent of job cuts in May. According to Arundhati Bhattacharya, CEO and chairperson of Salesforce India and former chairperson of SBI, where jobs were temporarily lost due to AI Bhattacharya recently told IANS, “In every industry and revolution, we have always talked about massive job losses. I don’t believe you would describe it much differently in the sense that there could be temporary job loss. People will need to upskill and reskill, but a variety of “jobs will certainly emerge.” He said, “There are people who are saying they will become ‘AI ethicists,’ and there are people who They are saying that they will become ‘prompt engineers’, so various types of new jobs will come up.”–IANS
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