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The future of skills in the age of AI | David Timis | TEDxLuxembourgCity a i technology 2021

New forms of automation are radically transforming society. Advanced robotics and artificial intelligence are increasing productivity and improving lives. However, what will happen to our jobs and what skills will we need to perform them? In the following talk, David will provide answers to these questions and explain why we should look at technological developments with hope, rather than fear. David Timis is a EU Civics Outreach Fellow at Google and the Co-Founder of European Heroes, an initiative aimed at encouraging civic engagement among young Europeans. He is also an active member of the Global Shapers Community, a network of inspiring young people working together to address global challenges, and a Country Representative for the Common Futures Conversations project launched by Chatham House to facilitate dialogue between young people in Africa and Europe. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at .

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  1. “What, you’re developing something called ‘Farming’?


    ….but, that’ll just take away my job, which I love, of hunting and gathering in the Forrest!”

  2. 우리는 이제 4차 산업혁명 시대의 과도기를 겪고 있다고 생각합니다. 많은 직업들이 사라질 것이고 많은 부분들이 인공지능에 의해서 대체 될 것 같은데 그런 앞으로 다가올 미래에 대한 통찰력을 제공해주셔서 감사합니다.

  3. i dunno, if ai is anything like living creatures its gonna be pretty brutal, just watch animal planet or pay attention to how micro organisms behave, its always a fight with one side losing

  4. AI will be able to do a heck of a lot more than 5% of our jobs. I follow AI research closely, and frankly I don't think there is a job or task that AI or machine automation won't be able to perform. And I think this is a wonderful thing, humans should be focusing on the betterment of humanity through things like research, philosophy, literature, and art, not grinding life away doing menial tasks.

  5. Humans are fundamentally problem solvers (to a large extent I think this is our purpose – like a giant organic computer) and I love/agree the point that we should come at this from a place Love, not Fear. If you look at it from Fear you can't see 6" beyond your feet. If you look with Love, AI will become one of the most incredible tools to advance existence.

  6. Pretty worthless talk. Life-long-learning? That is not new in any way. I think the guy should read a bit on the subject. Maybe read Nick Bostrom’s Superintelligence. Or Rise of the Robots by Martin Ford. I would think we are looking more at a polarized job market, with many needing to take low paid jobs and fewer having ineresting well paid jobs in the mid term, until the superintelligence makes those obsolete as well. So what is his practical advice to young people? What type of studied should they do? Worthless talk

  7. What most of the people fail to understand with respect to AI is that unlike the technologies so far, AI is evolving to be replacement of the human brain. And that is why it is a threat. Not only Elon Musk but even Stephen Hawking envisioned threat from AI. This threat is not for the short term but the long term when the AI has advanced and may be closer to AGI. Ray Kurzweil rightly termed that as singularity. AI is likely to get into self evolution then and treat humans as impediments to its growth, aims and objectives. So the only option left for the human to survive will be to turn themselves into man machine hybrids. It would be a synergistic man-machine relationship. Right after birth the babies brains will be connected to processors so that at any stage humans don't lag behind the machines in intelligence and performance. Otherwise machines will destroy humanity. Even animals will be hooked up similarly. As far as jobs are concerned, with AI proliferating if 10 jobs will be created 50 will be taken away. Economics will become irrelevant. That lies in future.

  8. Google the most common jobs in the USA, and you will find 25 jobs that are being automated today. Only 5% of jobs are going to be fully automated? Tell that to the screen when you order food at a fast food restaurant. (And if you don’t think they are automating the cooking area do more research!) Or Amazon when you order from there instead of a cashier. 40% of the job losses are going to be permanent.
    Tell it to a truck driver, or motel worker that depends on truckers stopping for the night.

  9. Is this not the elite that have creative jobs saying everything's going to be fine? As this is introduced people need to be supported as they lose their jobs and need to be retrained- many people cant be retrained because they are old or not intelligent or educated enough to understand the new technologies and how they can work alongside them. What are these new skills- computer programming, robot mechanic, data analyst? People that cant do these jobs will just be left with increasingly low paid, menial jobs as is already happening. There are so many bs jobs in our economy and if employers have an easy choice to automate they will. The bosses will become rich and the workers poor- exacerbating inequality. Zuckerberg et al see the world as a system but forget the individual. If you have been trained by the education system to think and act like a robot then you will be replaced. We are constantly expected to think as a consumer, well we also need meaningful jobs. Government and tech companies spend their lives making robots etc and forget that most people are still living boring lives, stressed and poor.

  10. What about if, we actually replicate consciousness. Well that would be 💯 right. AI can do whatever I can do with consciousness. I feel I shouldn't take to heart what he is saying. It seems to have a little Chewbacca defense embedded in there. 🤮

  11. Not just AI just think about the available resources for learning a new skill nowadays anyone willing can learn a skill and master it just by looking the steps and strategies ,all the resources are available online, coding skills, graphics designing skills any skills won't matter anymore in future coz these places will be overcrowded with people and not just average people, skilled and quality people. The other day i just searched fl studio (music production software) on YouTube
    And there were soooooo many videos of people making music and those were already at master level ,how? Coz the resources for learning the skills were available easily the software,the tutorials, etc. And same for all other skills , this wasn't the case 15 years ago.
    In fiverr a guy is selling a complete app for 900 dollars but just wait 5 years more there will be so many developers that the same quality app will have to be sold at 50 dollars coz there will be so many developers available for that.
    One guy i met on discord he is just 13 and he learnt to build websites apps and he developed and sold a website and app to a client on fiverr so if a 13 year old can do it that means many 13 yr olds and other age people can do it too.and again saying they are not average they are already good at the skills🤔

  12. Funny how pro-AI individuals keep on comparing AI with the Industrial Revolution. Anycase, we don't know for sure, but one of the biggest risks of AI is that it can lead to a whole class of people that would be essentially redundant. It would also possibly lead to a new super rich class, the data barons. No wonder individuals like Zucherberg is pro-AI. He would be one of those super rich class.

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