As technology continues to evolve, it’s no surprise that the impact of AI is being felt across many industries. A recent study conducted by a group of professors has identified which jobs are most vulnerable to automation and AI-driven technologies. According to their research, the occupations at greatest risk include those in transportation, manufacturing, and retail sales; as well as administrative support roles, such as data entry clerks and customer service representatives.
The researchers also found that certain skills may be more difficult for machines to replicate than others – including problem-solving abilities or creative thinking – leaving some positions less likely than others to be replaced by robots or other forms of artificial intelligence. For example, professions such as healthcare workers or teachers may still require human interaction due to their complex nature. Other jobs with high levels of interpersonal contact – like hospitality staff – could remain safe from automation for now too due to its reliance on people skills rather than technical knowledge alone.
Overall though, this research serves as an important reminder that while there will always be new job opportunities created through technological advances; we must stay aware of how these changes can affect our current employment prospects so we can prepare ourselves accordingly in order not to get left behind!