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Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of Tech?





I have been reading a lot about Artificial Intelligence being the future in the tech world and I can definitely see it being a reality.  As a matter of fact, it already exists.

How often do you call a company and get greeted by a prompted recording.  For example, when you call your bank or motor vehicle agency you may get a recording asking for specific account information followed by asking for the reason of your call.  Key words then are used to prompt follow up questions or answers.  This is a form of artificial intelligence.

So, how will this Artificial Intelligence expand in the work force?  Well according to an article from Forbes magazine AI is expanding and amplifying human capabilities.  They also believe that business professionals will see new ways innovation can help them grow and create new fields of work for tech professionals in AI-related jobs.


It is important for businesses to stay ahead of the game when it comes to artificial intelligence or else they will be left behind.

Forbes did an analysis of job demand on LinkedIn and found that machine learning engineer was leading the list of skills in demand.  Other jobs in demand included data scientist, sales development manager, and customer success manager.  This are all jobs that are flourishing because of AI platforms and insights.

You will see new kinds of job titles in the future that are AI related.  These jobs will include trainers, explainers and sustainers.  The trainer will be focused on training the AI system.

For those who fear that machines will take over and jobs will be fewer, they couldn't be more wrong.  Certainly these AI machines will take away jobs in certain aspects, but many of these machines will need human assistance to run and more jobs will be created to help these machines run efficiently and intelligently.  It will also help to create new industry.

What are your thoughts on Artificial Intelligence in the future?


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  1. I don't really know enough about Artificial Intelligence to make a really good decision. I guess I need to read up on it more. This is an interesting post!

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