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#26 2023-10-31 23:52:41

thrive
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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

oba;24568 wrote:
joanna;24567 wrote:
level;24566 wrote:

While AI can assist in creative tasks like generating ideas or providing suggestions, it often relies on predefined patterns and existing data.

Genuine creativity, originality, and the ability to think outside the box are traits that humans excel at and are difficult for AI to replicate.

High-stakes decision making that involves complex and ambiguous situations, considering multiple variables, and weighing ethical or moral considerations still heavily relies on human wisdom and judgment.

AI systems are limited by their training data and algorithms. They may struggle with context-dependent reasoning, thinking critically, and solving complex problems where there are no predefined solutions or patterns to follow.

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#27 2023-10-31 23:52:57

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

thrive;24569 wrote:
oba;24568 wrote:
joanna;24567 wrote:

Genuine creativity, originality, and the ability to think outside the box are traits that humans excel at and are difficult for AI to replicate.

High-stakes decision making that involves complex and ambiguous situations, considering multiple variables, and weighing ethical or moral considerations still heavily relies on human wisdom and judgment.

AI systems are limited by their training data and algorithms. They may struggle with context-dependent reasoning, thinking critically, and solving complex problems where there are no predefined solutions or patterns to follow.

AI systems often perform best in well-defined, structured, and repetitive tasks. Adapting to new and unforeseen situations, learning from experiences, and quickly adjusting strategies based on real-time feedback are skills that humans possess naturally.

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#28 2023-10-31 23:53:17

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

Vastextension;24570 wrote:
thrive;24569 wrote:
oba;24568 wrote:

High-stakes decision making that involves complex and ambiguous situations, considering multiple variables, and weighing ethical or moral considerations still heavily relies on human wisdom and judgment.

AI systems are limited by their training data and algorithms. They may struggle with context-dependent reasoning, thinking critically, and solving complex problems where there are no predefined solutions or patterns to follow.

AI systems often perform best in well-defined, structured, and repetitive tasks. Adapting to new and unforeseen situations, learning from experiences, and quickly adjusting strategies based on real-time feedback are skills that humans possess naturally.

Humans possess nuanced communication skills involving verbal and non-verbal cues, empathy, active listening, and understanding cultural contexts.

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#29 2023-10-31 23:53:33

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

IyaJJJ;24571 wrote:
Vastextension;24570 wrote:
thrive;24569 wrote:

AI systems are limited by their training data and algorithms. They may struggle with context-dependent reasoning, thinking critically, and solving complex problems where there are no predefined solutions or patterns to follow.

AI systems often perform best in well-defined, structured, and repetitive tasks. Adapting to new and unforeseen situations, learning from experiences, and quickly adjusting strategies based on real-time feedback are skills that humans possess naturally.

Humans possess nuanced communication skills involving verbal and non-verbal cues, empathy, active listening, and understanding cultural contexts.

These skills are essential in various professions that involve client interactions, negotiations, counseling, or leadership roles.

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#30 2023-10-31 23:53:52

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

level;24572 wrote:
IyaJJJ;24571 wrote:
Vastextension;24570 wrote:

AI systems often perform best in well-defined, structured, and repetitive tasks. Adapting to new and unforeseen situations, learning from experiences, and quickly adjusting strategies based on real-time feedback are skills that humans possess naturally.

Humans possess nuanced communication skills involving verbal and non-verbal cues, empathy, active listening, and understanding cultural contexts.

These skills are essential in various professions that involve client interactions, negotiations, counseling, or leadership roles.

Many tasks require physical actions, fine motor skills, or mobility that are challenging for AI systems.

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#31 2023-10-31 23:54:07

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

joanna;24573 wrote:
level;24572 wrote:
IyaJJJ;24571 wrote:

Humans possess nuanced communication skills involving verbal and non-verbal cues, empathy, active listening, and understanding cultural contexts.

These skills are essential in various professions that involve client interactions, negotiations, counseling, or leadership roles.

Many tasks require physical actions, fine motor skills, or mobility that are challenging for AI systems.

This includes jobs that involve manual labor, craftsmanship, performing delicate surgeries, or operating in unpredictable environments.

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#32 2023-10-31 23:54:25

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

oba;24574 wrote:
joanna;24573 wrote:
level;24572 wrote:

These skills are essential in various professions that involve client interactions, negotiations, counseling, or leadership roles.

Many tasks require physical actions, fine motor skills, or mobility that are challenging for AI systems.

This includes jobs that involve manual labor, craftsmanship, performing delicate surgeries, or operating in unpredictable environments.

Ethical dilemmas often require values-based decision making, considering a wide array of ethical principles and societal norms. Humans are better equipped to navigate complex moral landscapes and make ethical judgments.

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#33 2023-10-31 23:54:43

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

thrive;24575 wrote:
oba;24574 wrote:
joanna;24573 wrote:

Many tasks require physical actions, fine motor skills, or mobility that are challenging for AI systems.

This includes jobs that involve manual labor, craftsmanship, performing delicate surgeries, or operating in unpredictable environments.

Ethical dilemmas often require values-based decision making, considering a wide array of ethical principles and societal norms. Humans are better equipped to navigate complex moral landscapes and make ethical judgments.

It's important to note that while AI may not entirely replace these skills, it can still assist in augmenting human capabilities, automating certain tasks, and enhancing overall productivity and efficiency in various industries.

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#34 2023-10-31 23:55:00

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

Vastextension;24576 wrote:
thrive;24575 wrote:
oba;24574 wrote:

This includes jobs that involve manual labor, craftsmanship, performing delicate surgeries, or operating in unpredictable environments.

Ethical dilemmas often require values-based decision making, considering a wide array of ethical principles and societal norms. Humans are better equipped to navigate complex moral landscapes and make ethical judgments.

It's important to note that while AI may not entirely replace these skills, it can still assist in augmenting human capabilities, automating certain tasks, and enhancing overall productivity and efficiency in various industries.

A collaborative partnership between AI systems and human workers is more likely to be the path forward, with AI serving as a tool to support and enhance human decision making and performance.

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#35 2023-11-01 21:56:43

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

IyaJJJ;24577 wrote:
Vastextension;24576 wrote:
thrive;24575 wrote:

Ethical dilemmas often require values-based decision making, considering a wide array of ethical principles and societal norms. Humans are better equipped to navigate complex moral landscapes and make ethical judgments.

It's important to note that while AI may not entirely replace these skills, it can still assist in augmenting human capabilities, automating certain tasks, and enhancing overall productivity and efficiency in various industries.

A collaborative partnership between AI systems and human workers is more likely to be the path forward, with AI serving as a tool to support and enhance human decision making and performance.

The need for AI  will be a general innovative development that will reduce the human effort and smooth economical process. I will actually say will there be mechanise AI support for Agricultural system.

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#36 2023-11-01 23:36:36

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

One of the skills that won't be affected by AI is digital marking and political management. Those are basically what are required to influence every technology being made.

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#37 2023-11-20 21:12:08

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

gap;24651 wrote:

One of the skills that won't be affected by AI is digital marking and political management. Those are basically what are required to influence every technology being made.

Additionally, skills  that involve creativity, emotional intelligence, complex problem-solving, and high-level critical thinking are less likely to be fully depicted by AI

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#38 2023-11-20 21:16:16

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

I think skills and roles that require human interaction, and a deep understanding of social and cultural implications are more resistant to automation. Continuous learning and adaptability are also crucial, as these skills enable individuals to stay ahead in a rapidly evolving landscape.

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#39 2023-11-27 21:34:01

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

I believeability to work alongside and collaborate effectively with AI and other technologies is a skill set that will likely become increasingly valuable as AI continues to evolve

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#40 2023-12-12 01:31:00

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

CrytoCynthia;26359 wrote:

I believeability to work alongside and collaborate effectively with AI and other technologies is a skill set that will likely become increasingly valuable as AI continues to evolve

Yes, the ability to work alongside and effectively collaborate with AI and other technologies is a skill set that is likely to become increasingly valuable as AI continues to evolve.

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#41 2023-12-12 01:31:20

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

level;27488 wrote:
CrytoCynthia;26359 wrote:

I believeability to work alongside and collaborate effectively with AI and other technologies is a skill set that will likely become increasingly valuable as AI continues to evolve

Yes, the ability to work alongside and effectively collaborate with AI and other technologies is a skill set that is likely to become increasingly valuable as AI continues to evolve.

AI technologies are designed to augment human capabilities, not replace them. AI excels at tasks such as data analysis, pattern recognition, and automation, while humans are better at critical thinking, creativity, and complex decision-making.

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#42 2023-12-12 01:31:55

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

oba;27489 wrote:
level;27488 wrote:
CrytoCynthia;26359 wrote:

I believeability to work alongside and collaborate effectively with AI and other technologies is a skill set that will likely become increasingly valuable as AI continues to evolve

Yes, the ability to work alongside and effectively collaborate with AI and other technologies is a skill set that is likely to become increasingly valuable as AI continues to evolve.

AI technologies are designed to augment human capabilities, not replace them. AI excels at tasks such as data analysis, pattern recognition, and automation, while humans are better at critical thinking, creativity, and complex decision-making.

Being able to understand how AI works, leverage its strengths, and effectively integrate it into workflows will be crucial for individuals and organizations.

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#43 2023-12-12 01:32:11

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

thrive;27490 wrote:
oba;27489 wrote:
level;27488 wrote:

Yes, the ability to work alongside and effectively collaborate with AI and other technologies is a skill set that is likely to become increasingly valuable as AI continues to evolve.

AI technologies are designed to augment human capabilities, not replace them. AI excels at tasks such as data analysis, pattern recognition, and automation, while humans are better at critical thinking, creativity, and complex decision-making.

Being able to understand how AI works, leverage its strengths, and effectively integrate it into workflows will be crucial for individuals and organizations.

AI can often process and analyze large volumes of data quickly, providing insights and perspectives that humans may not be able to generate on their own.

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#44 2023-12-12 01:33:07

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

Vastextension;27491 wrote:
thrive;27490 wrote:
oba;27489 wrote:

AI technologies are designed to augment human capabilities, not replace them. AI excels at tasks such as data analysis, pattern recognition, and automation, while humans are better at critical thinking, creativity, and complex decision-making.

Being able to understand how AI works, leverage its strengths, and effectively integrate it into workflows will be crucial for individuals and organizations.

AI can often process and analyze large volumes of data quickly, providing insights and perspectives that humans may not be able to generate on their own.

Collaborating with AI can enable individuals to leverage these insights for more informed decision-making, problem-solving, and innovation.

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#45 2023-12-13 00:23:20

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

IyaJJJ;27492 wrote:
Vastextension;27491 wrote:
thrive;27490 wrote:

Being able to understand how AI works, leverage its strengths, and effectively integrate it into workflows will be crucial for individuals and organizations.

AI can often process and analyze large volumes of data quickly, providing insights and perspectives that humans may not be able to generate on their own.

Collaborating with AI can enable individuals to leverage these insights for more informed decision-making, problem-solving, and innovation.

As AI and automation technologies advance, traditional job roles may undergo transformations. Developing the ability to collaborate with AI can help individuals adapt to changing workforce dynamics, as they can work alongside AI systems, understand their limitations, and focus on tasks that require human skills and creativity.

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#46 2023-12-13 00:23:47

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

joanna;27510 wrote:
IyaJJJ;27492 wrote:
Vastextension;27491 wrote:

AI can often process and analyze large volumes of data quickly, providing insights and perspectives that humans may not be able to generate on their own.

Collaborating with AI can enable individuals to leverage these insights for more informed decision-making, problem-solving, and innovation.

As AI and automation technologies advance, traditional job roles may undergo transformations. Developing the ability to collaborate with AI can help individuals adapt to changing workforce dynamics, as they can work alongside AI systems, understand their limitations, and focus on tasks that require human skills and creativity.

As AI becomes more integrated into various aspects of society, understanding the ethical implications and responsible use of AI becomes crucial.

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#47 2023-12-13 00:24:23

joanna
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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

oba;27511 wrote:
joanna;27510 wrote:
IyaJJJ;27492 wrote:

Collaborating with AI can enable individuals to leverage these insights for more informed decision-making, problem-solving, and innovation.

As AI and automation technologies advance, traditional job roles may undergo transformations. Developing the ability to collaborate with AI can help individuals adapt to changing workforce dynamics, as they can work alongside AI systems, understand their limitations, and focus on tasks that require human skills and creativity.

As AI becomes more integrated into various aspects of society, understanding the ethical implications and responsible use of AI becomes crucial.

Collaborating effectively with AI means considering ethical considerations, biases, privacy concerns, and ensuring AI systems are used responsibly and ethically.

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#48 2023-12-13 22:41:13

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

AI technology has been known for the essential creation that best program to enhance effortless human mechanism. The service that can need a specific focus is the electronic and programing values and political tycoons .

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#49 2023-12-16 00:26:21

oba
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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

joanna;27512 wrote:
oba;27511 wrote:
joanna;27510 wrote:

As AI and automation technologies advance, traditional job roles may undergo transformations. Developing the ability to collaborate with AI can help individuals adapt to changing workforce dynamics, as they can work alongside AI systems, understand their limitations, and focus on tasks that require human skills and creativity.

As AI becomes more integrated into various aspects of society, understanding the ethical implications and responsible use of AI becomes crucial.

Collaborating effectively with AI means considering ethical considerations, biases, privacy concerns, and ensuring AI systems are used responsibly and ethically.

Working effectively with AI often requires collaboration across different disciplines and areas of expertise.

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#50 2023-12-16 14:51:12

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Re: What are the skill that wont be affected by AI?

oba;27681 wrote:
joanna;27512 wrote:
oba;27511 wrote:

As AI becomes more integrated into various aspects of society, understanding the ethical implications and responsible use of AI becomes crucial.

Collaborating effectively with AI means considering ethical considerations, biases, privacy concerns, and ensuring AI systems are used responsibly and ethically.

Working effectively with AI often requires collaboration across different disciplines and areas of expertise.

There are need to acquire the knowledge of AI management in other to evolve with the future technologies innovation.

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