This little bit of information seems to be gathering steam every day

"Will a robot take over your job one day in the near future?" That is the question that is haunting PEOPLE ( Not ROBOTS ) lately. First, let's explore what AI is - to explain it as simply as possible, according to AI ( Artificial Intelligence ) "AI has become a catchall term for applications that perform complex tasks that once required human input, such as communicating with customers online or playing chess. The term is often used interchangeably with its subfields, which include machine learning (ML) and deep learning" SO, let's cut to the chase, will you lose your job to a robot one day?"

It's not a silly question at all to ask...

...and just recently  put out a list of the "top 10 jobs requiring AI skills" - let's see how you fare on this:

1) Machine Learning Engineer

2) Data Scientist

3) Computer Vision Engineer

4) Algorithm Engineer

5) Principal Scientist

6) Computer Scientist

7) Research Engineer

8) Statistician

9) Director Of Analytics

10 Data Engineer

Some people even predict that robots will chase us out of entertainment jobs, such as radio, television, acting, CONTENT WRITING...

...I say "Go ahead and try..." You can't teach robots human emotion. Artificial Intelligence may be taught HOW to react to signs of anger, or HOW to answer blanket questions, HOW to do something a human does faster and more efficiently, BUT robots cannot feel sorrow or empathy - they have no idea what it's like for example to run a business, and to post an honest, from the heart, post to your customers apologizing for not answering the phone due to being by her daughter's side at the hospital. I promise you there is not a robot built that can FEEL anguish and pain.

Check out this robot-human press conference that happened recently


Mistakes are made by human beings, real love is only felt by human beings - I'll hang with a human being anytime rather than sit next to a cold robot.

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