Tuesday, June 6, 2023

Jobs that are at risk from artificial intelligence

A group of researchers, associated with the company Open AI at the University of Pennsylvania An article in which they explained the impact artificial intelligence In the labor market.

The said study is clear in defining the analysis of AI happening in the US labor market.

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The study notes that “in recent years, extended language models have demonstrated their prominence in the field of artificial intelligence research, demonstrating their ability to cope with a variety of complex language-based tasks. This progress has become complex, including increased parameters, larger volumes of data to model, and better training settings.

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Faced with this paradigm, the researchers made the observation of some tasks from a very important variable: how access to this technology can reduce the time for a person to complete a task by at least 50%. This is, in simple words, that men cannot be replaced in their work; rather, you analyze how AI can get the job done.

This study, likewise; It shows that about 19% of jobs in the United States have at least 50% exposure to AI, when dividing the capabilities of the current model.

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According to a specific study, in that order there are services with several levels of exposure to a wide range of languages, for example;

Translators and interpreters (76.5%)
votes (75%)
Poets and writers (68.8%)
animal scientists (66.7%)
public affairs (66.7%)

They are in the 100% range mathematicians, tax assessors, quantitative analysts, writers and authors; and web interface batteries.

Another variable that was exposed in the study is how exposure to AIs increases depending on the level of training.

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“Our analysis suggests that individuals with professional and graduate degrees are more likely to be exposed to these programs than those without formal educational credentials,” the research paper states.

Under this logic, it was also found that jobs with less exposure to AI require longer preparation, but have a lower potential offer.

The study concludes with the researchers noting that “we observed that most occupations have some degree of exposure, with those that generally offer a higher salary, more responsibilities with greater exposure.”


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