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NEW YORK - MAY 7: A job applicant (L) speaks with recruiter Renee Chandler (R) during an interview May 7, 2003 at the offices of Metro Support Group in New York City. The nation's jobless rate climbed to six percent in April, rising for the third straight month, adding up to half a million lost jobs. New York's job market has especially been hit hard, with many applicants being unable to find work. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

You know those dystopian movies that are meant to seem far off in the distant future? A lot of those dystopian movies, like “Blade Runner”, “The Terminator” and “Ex Machina,” are about robots or artificial intelligence. And they make it seem like 2050 is so far off. But in reality, 2050 isn’t even that far away!! 28 years away to be exact!

But even if 2050 still has 28 years to get here, there are some aspects of dystopia that are even closer than that…While many jobs require a human touch, some jobs are quickly being taken over by Artificial Intelligence. Now, depending on who you ask, this could be seen as a negative thing or a positive thing. Clearly, the reason why AI is so pervasive now is that it’s intended to increase productivity and effectiveness. But what do you think? Are there drawbacks to machines taking over some of the most important jobs of our society?

According to the website Analytics Insight, five jobs are expected to be outsourced to AI by the year 2050.

Do you think AI could do jobs of doctors and drivers properly? Has your job been taken by AI?

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