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Soundwave said:
method114 said:

Yes I agree. I am worried about the job market with AI but I do have hope that like you said it will just adjust like it always has in the past. 

Where is it written the "job market will just bounce back!" as if there's some invisible force that ensures "jobs" will always bounce back. 

There is no such thing. There is no precedent for the amount of jobs AI could render useless. 

People said the same thing about the assembly line, robotics, online shopping and computers.  We still have jobs.  Just different jobs.  

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Oh and Spotify was going to kill the music industry...  yet Swift is a billionaire.  

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Chrkeller said:
Soundwave said:

Where is it written the "job market will just bounce back!" as if there's some invisible force that ensures "jobs" will always bounce back. 

There is no such thing. There is no precedent for the amount of jobs AI could render useless. 

People said the same thing about the assembly line, robotics, online shopping and computers.  We still have jobs.  Just different jobs.  

Edit

Oh and Spotify was going to kill the music industry...  yet Swift is a billionaire.  

None of those things is comparable to an AI. The whole point of an AI is to mimic what a human can do (or better) in multiple things, not to just do one thing. 

Automation in the car market has devastated cities like Detroit as well, parts of that city look like a literal war zone, AI won't just affect one industry it will simultaneously begin targeting dozens of them. Computer programmers, people who work in IT, artists, videographers, photographers, voice artists, models, accountants, translators, truck drivers, bus drivers, taxi drivers, etc. etc. etc. 

Last edited by Soundwave - on 07 March 2024

Soundwave said:
Chrkeller said:

People said the same thing about the assembly line, robotics, online shopping and computers.  We still have jobs.  Just different jobs.  

Edit

Oh and Spotify was going to kill the music industry...  yet Swift is a billionaire.  

None of those things is comparable to an AI. The whole point of an AI is to mimic what a human can do (or better) in multiple things, not to just do one thing. 

Automation in the car market has devastated cities like Detroit as well, parts of that city look like a literal war zone, AI won't just affect one industry it will simultaneously begin targeting dozens of them. 

Speculation.

Mismanagement killed Detroit, not automation.  

Fact is the next big thing is always going to kill jobs...  yet unemployment in the US is crazy low.  

People overreact.  Remember when Y2K was going to bring the end the world?  



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Soundwave said:
Chrkeller said:

People said the same thing about the assembly line, robotics, online shopping and computers.  We still have jobs.  Just different jobs.  

Edit

Oh and Spotify was going to kill the music industry...  yet Swift is a billionaire.  

None of those things is comparable to an AI. The whole point of an AI is to mimic what a human can do (or better) in multiple things, not to just do one thing. 

Automation in the car market has devastated cities like Detroit as well, parts of that city look like a literal war zone, AI won't just affect one industry it will simultaneously begin targeting dozens of them. Computer programmers, people who work in IT, artists, videographers, photographers, voice artists, models, accountants, translators, truck drivers, bus drivers, taxi drivers, etc. etc. etc. 

Car Manufacturing simply left Detroit and went elsewhere.
It's a failure on council/government/legislation and policy rather than manufacturing itself.

Tesla for example has grown by leaps and bounds and employs 10's of thousands in car manufacturing. - Just not in Detroit.

In the mid 70's there was also a shift in car sales to more fuel efficient Japanese designs... And the USA didn't change with the times, parts manufacturing moved to other parts of the country.

It was a mis-managed perfect storm of events that screwed over Detroit, the manufacturing jobs still exist, most are just elsewhere.

Throw in the collapse of GM, Ford, Chrysler etc' during the Global Financial Crisis... And that just compounds the issues.



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I beleive that AI is going to be a very big part of game graphics going forward. I think that gaming companies will be releasing "AI" as updates etc.



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