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10 Jobs Artificial Intelligence Will Replace (and 10 That Are Safe)

To give you an idea of what jobs might be most vulnerable and which might be safe, we've compiled lists of jobs AI can and can't replace based on advice from experts, stats from the website noted above, and other research.

AI can analyze sales calls far faster than any sales manager could -- in fact, it would take nine years of nonstop sales call analysis for a human being to compete, and that’s if they didn’t take vacation or sleep.

some jobs won’t be strictly replaced -- they just might be adjusted to account for new technologies’ “careers.” Based on the landmark 2013 study that inspired “Will Robots Take My Job?” we’ve rounded up some of the marketing and sales roles most likely to be replaced by robots, bots, and AI in the next few years.

This study analyzes the likely probability that a job will be replaced by automation and computerization -- based primarily on the level of routine a job has and the specialized training and social intelligence required to complete it.

Score: 99% Why: You probably already receive robo-calls on behalf of various products and services, and career growth in the telemarketing space is expected to decline by 3% by the year 2024.

Likelihood: 96% Why: Pam predicted this back on The Office, but in case you're not a fan, automated phone and scheduling systems can replace a lot of the traditional receptionist role -- especially at modern technology companies that don't have office-wide phone systems or multinational corporations.

Likelihood: 65% Why: The field is projected to grow 12% by 2024, but with so much content on the internet with instructions, step-by-step guides, and hacks out there, it's no surprise companies will rely more heavily on bots and automation to answer support questions from employees and customers in the future.

Likelihood: 54% Why: As advertising shifts away from print and TV and towards web and social media landscapes, people simply don't need to be managing those sales for marketers who want to buy ad space.

More social media platforms are making it easy for people to buy space through free application program interfaces (APIs) and self-serve ad marketplaces to remove the salesperson and make it faster and easier for users to make money -- and that's reflected in the projected 3% decline in the industry.

Companies are democratizing the shopping experience with features like self-checkout, and the modern buyer is much more internet-savvy and more likely to do internet research and make a buying decision on their own.1 Likelihood: 0.55% Why Not: It's kind of in the name -- but your company's Human Resources department will likely always need a human at the helm to manage interpersonal conflict with the help of non-cognitive and reasoning skills.

Likelihood: 1.3% Why Not: Sales managers need a high level of emotional intelligence to hit their quotas each month, network and collaborate with customers, and motivate and encourage the larger sales team.

PR managers who have to raise awareness around an issue or mission need a particularly human touch to raise funds or get people to participate in a campaign, too -- and jobs are expected to grow 7% by 2024.

Likelihood: 3.7% Why Not: Event planning is a growing field, and if you ask anyone on our events team here at HubSpot, whether you're planning an event for employees, customers, or an industry event with tens of thousands of attendees, the planning process has many, many moving parts involved.

AIs can do some of this with title suggestions, writing prompts, and automated social media messages, but blog posts, books, movies, and plays will likely be written by humans for the foreseeable future.

Likelihood: 4.2% Why Not: Software engineering and development is hard enough for human beings to do, and the time and skill investment needed to create applications, software, and websites will be tough to replicate -- especially since developers need to execute perfectly to create great products for customers.

Likelihood: 5.5% Why Not: While some of the load can be lifted from editors with the automated proofreading technology mentioned previously, editors have to review writers' submission for clarity, accuracy, comprehensiveness, and originality.

Likelihood: 8.2% Why Not: Although there are some AIs taking small (and somewhat creepy) steps in the graphic design space, graphic design is both artistic and technical, making it an ideal role for a human being to carry out.

'As an example, today consultants help companies know what to do, when to do it and how to do it but soon AI-powered insights and recommendations software will give marketers their to-do list and that list is prioritized based on their specific goals,' he explains.

'This is going to be a continuously moving target, but for the time being, what AI can't do well is use emotional intelligence, understand situational context, make judgment calls, and generally see nuance and meaning like we do,' she says.

MIT Model Automates AI for Medical Decision-Making

Over the past two years, artificial intelligence has proven to be a transformative technology in the medical device industry, and one of the biggest promises of AI is the technology's role in predictive analytics or medical decision-making.

The features were derived from a dataset of about 100 people, each with about a week's worth of voice-monitoring data and several billion samples (a small number of subjects and a large amount of data per subject).

In experiments, the model used features automatically extracted from these data to classify, with high accuracy, patients with and without vocal cord nodules, the researchers reported. The model accomplished this task without a large set of hand-labeled data.

“We want to remove that manual part for the experts and offload all feature engineering to a machine-learning model.” The researchers said the model can be adapted to learn patterns of any disease or condition.

But the ability to detect the daily voice-usage patterns associated with vocal cord nodules is an important step in developing improved methods to prevent, diagnose, and treat the disorder, the researchers say.

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Academic medical centers (AMCs) are a triple threat on the healthcare court with their combined medical center, education, and research sections.

However, despite this expansive access, AMCs still need more effective strategies to merge their disparate data and use that information to improve their complex mission–from delivering quality care and furthering medical research to educating tomorrow’s healthcare leaders.

Academic medical centers (AMCs) will have to implement new business models to remain profitable and competitive in the wake of healthcare consumerism, new industry entrants, provider consolidation, and technology disruption, PwC’s Health Research Institute states in a new report.

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