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10 professions allegedly to face extinction in near future

10 professions allegedly to face extinction in near future Illustrative photo (Photo: Freepik)
Author: Daria Shekina

Experts in human resources management and information technology assert that the rapid advancement of neural networks, akin to ChatGPT, will inevitably impact the employment landscape. Some major companies are successfully implementing artificial intelligence, reports Business Insider, one of the world's leading news portals.

Professions that could disappear soon

In particular, Amazon positively assessed the effectiveness of ChatGPT in processing customer queries and used this neural network to develop educational materials and corporate strategy.

Additionally, both Amazon and IBM, along with the British telecommunications company BT Group, have reduced some jobs, citing the implementation of artificial intelligence.

According to a study by Goldman Sachs, generative artificial intelligence tools could affect over 300 million workers worldwide, leading to significant changes in the structure of labor relations.

An analysis by McKinsey shows that in the United States alone, around 12 million people may need to change jobs by 2030, partly due to the implementation of neural networks.

A study conducted by Business Insider, which involved experts from various economic sectors, identified a dozen professions susceptible to possible replacement by artificial intelligence in the coming years.

Among them are IT professionals (web developers, programmers, data analysts), media representatives (advertisers, journalists), lawyers, marketing analysts, teachers, financial consultants, traders, graphic designers, accountants, and support specialists.


Experts emphasize that the advantage of neural networks over humans in these areas lies in the quick processing of large volumes of text and data, the ability to learn, and the generation of content based on specific requests.

It is also noted that artificial intelligence specialists will still be needed, but with a hypothetical project involving ten programmers, only two or three may be required, and financial and legal firms may dispense with many junior assistant positions.