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By YEET MAGAZINE | Published 0456 GMT (1256 HKT) July 3, 2021

" The most repetitive tasks tomorrow will be performed by machines," says Lee Shenker, consultant at Business Analytics Institute, a senior management training company.

Artificial intelligence: which professions are set to disappear?

Koya and Kona robots cook a bowl of noodles at a restaurant in Shanghai, China.SHEN CHUNCHEN / IMAGINECHINA / IMAGINECHINA VIA AFP

It is a point of consensus. Yes, AI will destroy existing jobs. " The most repetitive tasks tomorrow will be performed by machines," says Lee Shenker, consultant at Business Analytics Institute, a senior management training company. The movement has already been underway for decades with, for example, robotization and the digitization of assembly lines. But AI is accelerating it and extending it to hitherto untouched sectors such as transport or commerce.

First jobs involved: industry and agriculture

Carl Frey and Michaël Osborne, economists from Oxford, estimated as early as 2013 that half of jobs in the United States could disappear in twenty years.

An OECD study, published in March 2018, points out that 14% of jobs are easily automated and that 32% will be deeply affected by AI. First concerned: industry and agriculture, the two sectors with the most unskilled employees, threatened by robotization. The introduction of AI in livestock farming, and weed control robots in agriculture, particularly with high added value such as viticulture,

Seniors who will find it difficult to adapt

More generally, people with the least education and training would be the most affected. Still according to the OECD, seniors, having difficulty mastering artificial intelligence tools, could also have difficulty adapting to the new conditions for exercising their functions. But young people are not immune, because in many trades, they often start their careers by performing routine tasks that will disappear.

In law firms, for example, it is customary for law school interns to carry out case law research - a task increasingly entrusted to specialized legal platforms. Faced with this announced wave of job destruction, how to limit the damage? Through professional training to adapt to change ... or,

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