Artificial intelligence will create more job opportunities than it destroys

According to the World Economic Forum, by 2025, 85 million jobs will disappear in 26 countries due to artificial intelligence, while 97 million new jobs will be created.

According to the World Economic Forum, by 2025, 85 million jobs will disappear in 26 countries due to artificial intelligence, while 97 million new jobs will be created.

According to the information compiled by the AA correspondent from the article titled “Don’t fear AI. It will lead to long-term job growth” published on the World Economic Forum’s website, artificial intelligence will lead to long-term job growth by 2025. 85 million jobs in 26 countries will disappear due to intelligence.

On the other hand, 97 million new jobs are expected to be created.

Data analysts are at the top of the list of occupational groups that will rise by 2025. Data analysts are followed by artificial intelligence and machine learning experts, big data experts, digital marketing and strategy experts, process automation experts, business development professionals, digital transformation experts, information security experts, software and application developers and internet of things experts, respectively.

10 professional groups at risk of disappearing in 2025

The top 10 occupational groups that will decrease in the number of jobs by 2025 are; There are data entry clerks, administrative and executive secretaries, bookkeeping clerks, accountants and auditors, factory workers, commercial services, customer information and customer service workers, general and operations managers, mechanics and machine repairmen, material recording and stock keeping clerks.

While it is predicted that artificial intelligence will replace repetitive and dangerous jobs such as data entry and factory labor, it is also stated that it will change the way people do business by allowing them to focus on more valuable tasks.

In the article, PwC’s “Global Artificial Intelligence Study” report is mentioned and artificial intelligence is expected to contribute 26 percent to 15.7 trillion dollars to GDP by 2030.

The article, which also includes PwC’s “Will Robots Really Steal Our Jobs?” report, states that 3 percent of jobs will be automated by artificial intelligence in a few years, and 30 percent of jobs will be automated by artificial intelligence by the 2030s. It is stated that 44 percent of wage workers will be in danger.

Source: https://www.aa.com.tr/tr/ekonomi/yapay-zeka-yok-ettiginden-fazla-is-firsati-sunacak-/2032785

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