AI Isn't Stealing Your Job — It’s Keeping You From Quitting

Written By Luke Sweeney

Updated May 15, 2024

Don’t let attention seekers fool you. AI isn’t going to crash the economy, nor is it going to ignite a dystopian era of humans vs. robots. 

Nowadays, getting 15 minutes of fame is as simple as saying, “AI bad!” We’ve already seen plenty of sci-fi enthusiasts claiming that ChatGPT is the first step to human extinction. 

Wait until you see the look on their faces when AI does the exact opposite

You might have heard us claim that AI will make every worker more productive. But that’s far from the biggest perk. 

Increased productivity is great from your boss’ standpoint, but why should you personally care if you're more productive?

Taking pride in your job is only worth it if you're getting paid for it. 

Sure, a few kind souls might be willing to adjust their pay scale to account for their new AI-enhanced workforce. But let’s be honest — that’s NOT the standard in America. 

Instead of banking on the generosity of your employer, you should get excited about how much easier AI can make your job. 

In fact, depending on the job, it might be the only thing keeping you from quitting. 

Take customer service, for example. I’ve been expecting this huge $10 billion market to be one of the first to embrace natural language AI like ChatGPT. 

After all, if this incredible program can write a novel from just a few sentences, why can’t it help me reset my password?

Not to mention that on average, human customer service agents hate their jobs. It’s evident from the absurdly high 60% turnover rate. 

I can’t exactly blame them. The thought of dealing with irritated customers for eight hours a day would probably drive me insane. 

But with an AI assistant by my side, the experience could be much smoother. One company found that service reps could resolve more customer issues per hour, with better overall results. 

Turnover rate decreased significantly, as did angry demands to speak with a supervisor. This is only one industry, but I’d say it completely disproves the outdated idea that AI is nothing but a job killer. 

“Robots stole my job!” is an increasingly popular topic for sensationalist news articles, but the folks at the top don’t believe it. Every single industry on Earth is gearing up to use AI technology.

And I mean “gearing up” in the literal sense. AI is far too powerful to work on your smartphone — no matter how smart it may seem.  

While the rest of the world is distracted by shiny new software releases, the REAL money is being funneled into hardware development. 

Major chip giants like Nvidia are pouring billions of dollars into developing new AI-ready processors. But that’s just the beginning of this hardware scramble

We could be looking at a total transition away from the typical handheld smartphone model. Instead, you’d be having a conversation directly with your AI assistant. 

It’s a vision of the future that could be here as early as 2025. Make sure you’ve made your investment before then. 

To your wealth,

Luke Sweeney
Contributor, Energy and Capital

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