The future has long arrived and it’s not very encouraging to say. Skynet does not stop. People in the know continue to warn of the dangers that the unstoppable advance of artificial intelligence poses to humanity. Exaggeration?
one who has authorized word in this technology it is, without a doubt, Bill Gates, who also has his own vision of what awaits us humans. And he gave it
The opinion of the founder and CEO of the tech giant Microsoft it’s not that scary like other extreme positions, such as those of Elon Musk, for example, who warned of the end of everything caused by the “uncontrolled” advance of artificial intelligence.
Gates, on the other hand, doesn’t see humanity in danger, though he warns the transition will be painful. AND many professions will become obsolete in the not so distant future.
However, the tycoon also allowed himself to be optimistic, stating that it could be progress that will improve humanity, as long as you know how to adapt.
Bill Gates is accustomed on many occasions to offer us different predictions about progress in medicine, science or technology, and of course he wanted to give his opinion on artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligences like ChatGPT have meant a paradigm shift, a new vision for the human being, and have also opened the door to new jobs, while You may end up closing other more classic jobs.
In one of his latest entries on his official blog, Bill Gates not only talked about what AI means to humanity, but also the danger you expose yourself to certain jobs which could be replaced by it.
ChatGPT and derivatives are already used in some works, mainly as a complement but even as a replacement. And this causes panic.
Many professions they could end up being threatened with the advancement of artificial intelligence. Bill Gates thinks they are as follows:
The professions at risk AI, according to Gates
– When it comes to education, Gates says AI could replace teachers.
– As for the administration, it could replace administrative assistants or legal secretaries.
-In communication, to reportersespecially those dedicated to the news.
– In the literature could put at risk to writers and proofreaders.
– In fairness, stenographers and subtitlers.
– And in economics al accountants.
But Gates says that prospect is bleak for many it can also be an opportunity.
Therefore, he advises workers to do this adapt to changebecause “you can live with the advancement of AI”.
Meanwhile, he adds, corporate executives should restructure themselves to embrace AI but without giving up their workers.
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