Top 22 Jobs That A.I. Will Replace in the Future

Today, I will  talk about the top 22 jobs that will go extinct in the future, and I’m talking about the next 25 years because of Artificial Intelligence or A.I. As we continue to make advancements in the field of A.I., more and more jobs will become automated, leading to major changes in the workforce. So, let’s get started.

#22 Doctors

AI technology is becoming increasingly capable of automating routine tasks such as diagnosing illnesses, predicting health outcomes, and providing personalized treatment plans.

For example, AI algorithms can analyze large amounts of patient data, such as medical records, lab results, and imaging studies, to diagnose illnesses and predict health outcomes. These algorithms can also be used to create personalized treatment plans based on a patient’s unique characteristics and medical history, improving the accuracy and efficiency of healthcare delivery.

Additionally, AI technology is being used to develop virtual health assistants, which can provide patients with personalized health information, advice, and guidance. These virtual assistants can answer common health questions, provide health tips, and even connect patients with healthcare providers.

However, while AI algorithms may be able to assist in the diagnosis of diseases and perform certain medical procedures, they still lack the human touch, empathy, and critical thinking abilities of human doctors. AI algorithms may also produce incorrect diagnoses or treatments, leading to potential harm to patients.

While AI has the potential to replace some aspects of the job of doctors, it is not designed to replace human doctors completely. AI algorithms can assist in the diagnosis of diseases, evaluate medical images, and perform certain medical procedures, but they still lack the human touch, empathy, and critical thinking abilities of human doctors. The use of AI in medicine should be closely monitored to ensure the safety and well-being of patients.

#21 Lawyers

With the rise of A.I. algorithms, lawyers will be impacted. A.I. algorithms can automate tasks such as legal research and document analysis, reducing the need for human lawyers. 

For example, AI algorithms can be used to review large volumes of legal documents and identify relevant information, which can save time and resources for lawyers. Additionally, AI algorithms can be used to conduct legal research and generate arguments, reducing the need for manual research and drafting.

Another area where AI is making a significant impact on the legal profession is in the area of contract analysis. AI algorithms can be used to analyze contracts and identify potential risks, which can help lawyers provide more accurate and efficient advice to clients.

However, while AI technology may be able to automate many routine tasks involved in legal work, it still lacks the critical thinking and judgment skills that are critical to providing effective legal advice. As such, lawyers will likely need to adopt a hybrid approach, using AI technology to automate routine tasks while still relying on human expertise and judgment to tackle complex legal issues and provide accurate and effective advice to clients.

#20 Programmers

A.I. has the potential to replace some aspects of the job of a software programmer. AI technology is becoming increasingly capable of automating many of the routine tasks involved in software development, such as coding, debugging, and testing.

For example, AI algorithms can be used to generate code based on a set of input requirements. This can significantly speed up the software development process and reduce the need for manual coding. Additionally, AI algorithms can be used to automate debugging and testing tasks, improving the accuracy and efficiency of these processes.

Another area where AI is making a significant impact on software development is in the area of code optimization. AI algorithms can analyze existing codebases and suggest ways to optimize the code for better performance, which can save time and resources for software developers.

Take note that while AI has the potential to replace some aspects of the job of a software programmer, it is not designed to replace human programmers completely. AI can automate certain tasks and make the development of software more efficient, but it still lacks the creativity, problem-solving skills, and critical thinking abilities of human programmers.

#19 Artists

A.I. technology, such as MidJourney or Dall-E, the ability to create art through algorithms that can generate images, music, videos, and other forms of artistic expression. With advancements in A.I., the technology has become capable of mimicking the style, patterns, and techniques of human artists, producing works that are indistinguishable from human-created art.

#18 Human Resources Staff

With the rise of A.I. algorithms, human resources staff will be impacted. A.I. algorithms can automate tasks such as recruitment and employee management, reducing the need for human resources staff. For example, an A.I. algorithm can screen resumes and perform employee evaluations, reducing the need for human resources staff to perform these tasks.

#17 Cleaning Staff

With the rise of robotics and A.I., cleaning staff will be impacted. ..Automated machines and robots can perform tasks such as cleaning and vacuuming, reducing the need for human cleaning staff. For example, a cleaning robot can clean floors and surfaces, reducing the need for human cleaning staff.

#16 Architects

With the rise of A.I. algorithms, architects will be impacted. A.I. algorithms can automate tasks such as architectural design and construction planning, reducing the need for human architects. For example, an A.I. algorithms can design a building and generate construction plans, reducing the need for human architects to perform these tasks.

#15 Tour Guides

With the rise of A.I.-powered virtual assistants, tour guides will be impacted. A.I.-powered virtual assistants can provide information and recommendations, reducing the need for human tour guides. For example, an A.I.-powered virtual assistant can provide information about a tourist destination and recommend places to visit, reducing the need for human tour guides.

#14 Insurance Underwriters

With the rise of A.I. algorithms, insurance underwriters will be impacted. A.I. algorithms can automate tasks such as risk assessment, policy underwriting, and claims processing, reducing the need for human underwriters. For example, an A.I. algorithm can analyze data to assess the risk of insuring a property, reducing the need for human underwriters to assess the risk manually.

#13 Librarians

With the rise of A.I.-powered search engines, librarians will be impacted. A.I.-powered search engines can automate tasks such as cataloging, classification, and information retrieval, reducing the need for human librarians. For example, an A.I.-powered search engines can catalog books and retrieve information, reducing the need for human librarians to perform these tasks.

#12 Financial Analysts, Stock Analysts, and Stock Brokers

A.I. algorithms can analyze large amounts of financial data and make predictions, reducing the need for human financial analysts. With the rise of A.I. algorithms, stock analysts will be impacted. A.I. algorithms can automate tasks such as stock analysis and predictions, reducing the need for human analysts. For example, an A.I. algorithm can analyze financial data and make predictions about stock prices, reducing the need for human stock analysts to perform this task manually. With the rise of A.I. algorithms, stockbrokers will also be impacted. A.I. algorithms can automate tasks such as stock trading and portfolio management, reducing the need for human stockbrokers. For example, an A.I. algorithms can make trades and manage portfolios, freeing up stockbrokers to handle more complex tasks.

#11 Translators

With the rise of A.I. algorithms, translators will be eliminated in the future. A.I. algorithms can automate tasks such as language translation, reducing the need for human translators. For example, an A.I. algorithm can translate text from one language to another, reducing the need for human translators to perform this task manually. Take note, we are talking about real-time translation between two people or between a person and a group of people. Sure, Google is already capable of translating from one language to another, but we have yet to see an A.I. translator in big stages such as the United Nations in which translation is broadcasted to multiple languages in real-time. Or how about having A.I. translators in international beauty competitions in which interpreters are performed by an A.I.? Well, I predict that this will happen in 25 years, and with how fast A.I. is evolving I can even see this job go extinct in less than 25 years!

#10 Bank Tellers

With the rise of A.I.-powered self-service systems, bank tellers will be impacted. This is because an A.I.-powered self-service system can allow customers to perform simple transactions such as balance inquiries and fund transfers, freeing up bank tellers to handle more complex tasks.

#9 Fast Food Workers

AI technology is becoming increasingly capable of automating routine tasks such as taking orders, preparing food, and serving customers, which are all key tasks performed by fast food workers.

In fact, some fast food chains have already begun to implement AI-powered ordering systems that allow customers to place their orders through touch screens or voice commands. These systems are able to accurately process orders and make recommendations based on the customer’s preferences and past orders.

In addition to ordering systems, AI technology is also being used to automate food preparation tasks such as cooking, grilling, and assembly. Some fast food chains are using robots and automated systems to prepare food, which can improve consistency and speed up the preparation process.

#8 Cashiers and Retail Workers

AI technology is becoming increasingly capable of automating routine tasks such as scanning and ringing up purchases, handling returns, and processing payments, which are all tasks performed by retail workers and cashiers.

For example, some retailers have already begun to implement self-checkout systems powered by AI technology. These systems allow customers to scan and bag their own purchases, eliminating the need for a human cashier. These systems also have the ability to recognize items and calculate the correct price, reducing the risk of errors and improving accuracy.

In addition to self-checkout systems, AI technology is also being used to automate other retail tasks such as inventory management and stock replenishment. For example, some retailers use AI algorithms to monitor inventory levels and automatically order new products when stocks are running low, reducing the need for manual stock checks and restocking.

#7 Driving Jobs

With the advent of self-driving cars, driving jobs such as truck drivers and delivery drivers are likely to go away. This is because self-driving cars can automate tasks such as transportation and delivery, reducing the need for human drivers. Moreover, a self-driving delivery truck can deliver packages to multiple locations without the need for a human driver.

#6 Manufacturing Jobs

With the rise of robotics and A.I. many manual jobs in the manufacturing sector will be replaced by robots powered by artificial intelligence. This is because automated machines and robots can perform tasks such as assembly, packaging, and inspection with high accuracy and speed, reducing the need for human labor and human assembly workers.

#5 Proofreaders

With the rise of A.I. algorithms, proofreaders’ jobs may go away sooner than we anticipate.  This is because A.I. algorithms can automate tasks such as spell checking and grammar checking,  reducing the need for human proofreaders to perform these tasks manually.

#4 Freelance Writers and Journalists

A.I. has the potential to replace some aspects of the job of authors, technical writers, and freelance writers through its ability to generate human-like content. Furthermore, A.I. algorithms can analyze existing text and generate new content based on patterns and styles, producing articles, stories, and other forms of written content that are indistinguishable from those written by human writers. Journalist jobs will be endangered as well because an A.I. algorithm can aggregate news from multiple sources and analyze data to create a news story, reducing the need for human journalists to perform this task manually.

#3 Bookkeeping and Accounting

Bookkeeping and accounting tasks such as invoicing, payroll, and tax preparation can be easily automated using A.I. algorithms, eliminating the need for human intervention. Furthermore, A.I. algorithms can automatically generate invoices and reconcile accounts, and A.I. can automate tasks such as financial record-keeping and perform financial analysis, freeing up bookkeepers and accountants to handle more complex tasks.

#2 Customer Support, Teleoperators, and Telemarketers

Let’s start with Customer Support or Customer Service jobs, A.I. Chatbots can already handle basic customer service tasks and customer support jobs, such as answering frequently asked questions and resolving simple issues, which in turn free up human customer service representatives to handle more complex tasks.  As the technology improves, A.I. chatbots may be able to handle more complex tasks, reducing the need for human customer service representatives. 

Teleoperators are also endangered with the rise of A.I. algorithms. This is because A.I. algorithms can automate tasks such as call center operations, simple customer inquiries and forward more complex inquiries to human teleoperators freeing up teleoperators to handle more complex tasks. 

Telemarketing jobs will also become a thing of the past. This is due to the fact that A.I. algorithms can analyze customer data and make personalized sales pitches, reducing the need for human telemarketers.

#1 Data Entry and Data Processing

The rise of AI is expected to have THE MOST significant impact on data entry and data processing jobs in the future. This is because AI algorithms can analyze and process large amounts of data much faster and more accurately than human workers, making this an ideal job for automation.

For example, AI algorithms can be trained to recognize patterns and anomalies in data, allowing them to identify and categorize information much more quickly and accurately than human workers. This can save businesses time and money, as well as improve the accuracy of the data being processed..

Another advantage of AI in data processing is its ability to automate routine and repetitive tasks. AI algorithms can be programmed to perform the same tasks over and over again without getting tired, making mistakes, or requiring breaks. This can help businesses to increase efficiency and reduce the cost of data processing.


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Conclusion

As A.I. technology continues to improve, more and more jobs will become automated. It’s important to consider the impact that this will have on the workforce and to prepare for these changes. It is important to note that while A.I. has the potential to automate many jobs, it also has the potential to create new jobs and industries, so it’s important to remain adaptable and to continue developing new skills. In other words, it is  essential for individuals and organizations to adapt to the changing job market and acquire new skills to remain competitive. 

Also keep in mind that  while AI technology may be able to automate many routine tasks involved in these jobs, it still lacks skills such as creative and problem-solving skills or  human touch and interpersonal skills that are critical to performing these jobs. As such, these jobs will likely need to adopt a hybrid approach, using AI technology to automate routine tasks while still relying on human expertise and creativity to tackle complex problems and develop innovative solutions.



Alejandrio Vasay
Alejandrio Vasay

Welcome to Coder Schmoder! I'm a .NET developer with a 15+ years of web and software development experience. I created this blog to impart my knowledge of programming to those who are interested in learning are just beginning in their programming journey.

I live in DFW, Texas and currently working as a .NET /Web Developer. I earned my Master of Computer Science degree from Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. I hope, someday, to make enough money to travel to my birth country, the Philippines, and teach software development to people who don't have the means to learn it.

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