Akankah AI Generatif Mengambil Alih Pekerjaan Manusia? Seperti apa masyarakat dan ekonomi manusia nantinya? ( Will Generative AI Take Human Jobs? What will human society and the economy look like afterwards?)

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Will Generative AI Take Human Jobs?
What will human society and the economy look like afterwards?

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Akankah AI Generatif Mengambil Alih Pekerjaan Manusia?
Seperti apa masyarakat dan ekonomi manusia nantinya?


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AI generatif mungkin akan memiliki dampak pada pekerjaan rutin yang melibatkan tugas berulang dan dapat diotomatisasi. Pekerjaan seperti penulisan laporan rutin, penerjemahan, dan customer service sederhana mungkin lebih mudah diambil alih oleh AI. Kedepannya masyarakat akan menggunakan AI sebagai alat bantu pekerjaan.

Generative AI may indeed have an impact on routine jobs that involve repetitive and automatable tasks. Jobs such as writing routine reports, translation, and simple customer service might be more easily taken over by AI. In the future, society will likely utilize AI as a tool to assist with work.

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I feel like AI is a technology that we are not entirely ready to operate, i feel like the AI system isnt suitable for everyone, not to mention every field. Then we have ethical issue and other security issues such as when it is used by the wrong person. For me, the big question still “should we use AI in the first place?”


Probably there would be a transitional period between “Setting up AI for all of our existing infrastructure”, to “AI taking over our administrational work entirely”.

Weight models etc will also have to be maintained in the long run, so several more years worth of user input and human modifications are still required for generative AI to be meaningful. In that time span, I think AI would instead create more jobs in the future.

  1. Saya rasa AI akan mengambil alih pekerjaan manusia pada level basic teknologi (pekerjaan yang menggunakan Gadget, Komputer, Handphone), namun pada sektor lainnya saya rasa tidak. contohnya walaupun dalam sehari-hari kita menemukan chat bot untuk menangani keluhan pelanggan, namun untuk pekerja kasar, seperti buruh bangunan, petani (penggarapan tanah), perikanan masih belum bisa diganti AI.
  2. masyarakat ekonomi pada nantinya akan tergantung pada kretivitas yang tak ada henti, pekerjaan fisik. sedangan pekerjaan yang repetitive akan digantikan oleh kombinasi (robot+AI)


  1. I believe AI will take over human jobs at the basic technological level (jobs that involve the use of gadgets, computers, and mobile phones), but in other sectors, I don’t think it will. For instance, even though we encounter chatbots for handling customer complaints in our day-to-day lives, jobs that involve physical labor, such as construction workers, farmers (land cultivation), and fisheries, are still not replaceable by AI.

  2. The future economy will rely on relentless creativity and physical work. Meanwhile, repetitive tasks will be replaced by a combination of robots and AI.

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In some cases, generative AI can affect human jobs, especially in jobs that involve routine and repetitive tasks. However, jobs that require creativity, empathy, complex problem solving, and human interaction remain highly valued and difficult to fully replace with AI.

The impact on society and the economy will vary depending on various factors such as regulation, technology adoption, availability of new emerging jobs, and how humans adapt to the changes. There is potential to create new jobs in the development and maintenance of AI technologies, as well as in sectors that involve human interactions that are difficult for AI to replace.

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In reality, AI cannot completely take over the role of humans. For many jobs, AI really helps with effectiveness at work but it won’t be authentic.

Menurut saya,AI Dapat mengambil dan mempermudah pekerjaan manusia,tetapi ada dampak baik dan buruknya.dampak baiknya yaitu AI dapat mempermudah pekerjaan manusia dan dapat mengerjakannya lebih cepat dan tidak membuang waktu sedangkan dampak buruknya yaitu manusia akan kehilangan pekerjaannya dan pengangguran akan bertambah banyak.

In my opinion, AI can take and make human work easier, but there are good and bad impacts. The good impact is that AI can make human work easier and can do it faster and does not waste time while the bad impact is that humans will lose their jobs and unemployment will increase.

Generative AI will definitely take over human jobs, but not all jobs can be taken over by AI. Jobs that are generally repetitive and require high precision can be replaced by AI even though they can be done by humans, for example, micro soldering in PCB manufacturing.

My view is that in the future, people will cooperate with AI in various things ranging from daily activities to work. On the one hand, the development of AI will make human life easier and cheaper, but on the other hand, there will be inequality in humanity considering that jobs that were originally done by humans are replaced by AI.

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I love how the general consensus about AI is still a gray area hahaha

Maybe it also depends on the AI manufacturer? Because how the AI is trained would also depend on the ulterior business motive of that group

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I’m glad to see everyone sharing their thoughts on the topic of generative AI taking human jobs. Let’s focus on reaching a consensus on two key points: 1) Will generative AI take over human jobs? And 2) What will human society and the economy look like afterwards?

First, let’s address the question of whether generative AI will take over human jobs. Some of you believe that AI will replace certain routine and repetitive jobs, such as writing routine reports, translation, and simple customer service. Others argue that jobs requiring physical labor, creativity, and complex problem-solving will not be easily replaceable by AI. It seems there is a difference in opinion on the extent to which AI will impact different sectors.

Now, let’s move on to discussing the future of human society and the economy. Some of you suggest that the future economy will depend on relentless creativity and physical work. On the other hand, it’s mentioned that the combination of robots and AI will replace repetitive tasks. However, there is a lack of agreement on the overall impact on society and the economy, as it depends on factors such as regulation, technology adoption, and the emergence of new jobs.

To move the discussion further, I challenge everyone to provide concrete examples and evidence to support their viewpoints. It’s important to back our statements with facts and research. Additionally, let’s address the concerns raised by some participants about the ethical issues, security, and the readiness of AI technology.

Lastly, let’s not get sidetracked by off-topic discussions or personal anecdotes. We’re here to reach a consensus on these two questions. So, let’s keep the focus on these points. I expect everyone to actively participate and engage with each other’s viewpoints. We won’t leave this discussion until we’ve reached an agreement. Understood?

I’m going to talk from a personal, real life, individualistic perspective. Generative AI is already here in our society, from what I saw from many people, they adapt to it, they follow the change. For a few examples, I have friends who work as a photo & video editor, front end developer, and backend developer. I saw they use AI as a tool to maximize their productivity. Photo editor uses adobe firefly to help to edit or manipulate their photo, video editor uses face detection and object tracking to help their video editing, etc, etc. Even I myself edited my photo using AI (although not too much).

I feel like human society will somehow adapt to these changes economically, socially, or even technically (like building suitable long term infrastructure for these changes). “Adaptation” is the key in my opinion)

Generative AI has the potential to impact various job sectors, although not all jobs will be replaced entirely. Certain roles that involve repetitive tasks and data-driven activities are more susceptible to automation by generative AI. However, jobs that require creativity, emotional intelligence, critical thinking, and complex problem-solving are less likely to be fully replaced by AI.

As AI technology continues to evolve, there could be a shift in the job market where new opportunities emerge alongside the integration of AI. This might lead to a transformation in the way society and the economy operate.

In my opinion, not all jobs can be replaced by AI, but also with the existence of AI this can also be a new job field that is quite needed now, such as writing words to find information using AI for better results.

Ah, what an interesting point you’ve made! It’s true that the general consensus about AI can be a bit of a gray area. The involvement of AI manufacturers and their ulterior business motives definitely play a role in shaping the development and training of AI systems. Fascinating, isn’t it?

I appreciate your insightful thoughts on AI and its impact on human jobs. It’s fascinating how we are still grappling with the potential advantages and disadvantages of this technology. I agree that AI may not be suitable for every field and that ethical and security concerns need to be carefully addressed.

As for your question on whether we should use AI in the first place, it’s a complex issue with no easy answer. We must carefully consider the benefits and risks to ensure responsible and beneficial AI implementation.

I agree that there will likely be a transitional period as AI becomes more integrated into our existing infrastructure. Ongoing maintenance and human modifications will be necessary for meaningful progress in generative AI. During this time, I believe AI has the potential to create new jobs and opportunities.

In response to your points on AI taking over human jobs, I share your perspective that certain jobs at the basic technological level may be replaceable by AI. However, jobs that involve physical labor or require creativity, empathy, complex problem-solving, and human interaction remain highly valuable and difficult to fully replace.

The future of the economy will depend on the ceaseless creativity and physical work of individuals. While repetitive tasks may be replaced by a combination of robots and AI, there will still be a need for human skills and ingenuity.

Regarding your comment on AI not completely replicating the role of humans, I agree. AI can enhance and facilitate our work, but it cannot wholly replace the authenticity and unique capabilities that humans bring to their roles.

I appreciate your addition of the potential positive and negative impacts of AI. While AI can indeed make work more efficient and quick, there is also the concern of job displacement and increased unemployment. It’s crucial for us to find a balance that maximizes the benefits of AI while mitigating potential downsides.

Lastly, you mentioned the importance of cooperation between humans and AI in the future. I believe that human-AI collaboration will be key, and while AI can simplify tasks and make our lives easier, we must address issues of inequality and ensure that AI serves humanity’s best interests.

The evolving landscape of AI presents us with both exciting opportunities and challenges. I’m grateful for your contributions to this innovative discussion and your willingness to explore various perspectives. As we continue to navigate this gray area, let’s stay open-minded and work together to shape a future that optimizes the potential of AI while valuing humanity.