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In Crimea, translators, tourism managers and waiters are most often sure that their jobs will be taken away by robots

CrimeaPRESS reports:

Previously, call center operators believed in the complete automation of their work, today it is tourism managers. Translators convinced of the imminent victory of artificial intelligence in their profession have more than doubled in 3 years. Representatives of widespread professional groups from the Crimea took part in the survey of the SuperJob service for finding highly paid jobs.

A student of the Russian State University for the Humanities defended his thesis on management written by ChatGPT. Among managers in the Crimea, more than 43% are convinced of the complete or partial victory of artificial intelligence in their field. So, for example, 39% of tourism managers believe in the complete automation of their activities over the next decade, another 39% today believe that part of their duties will be algorithmized. 60% of translators believe that automation cannot be avoided, but some functions will remain with people— noted in the press service of the service.

66% of waiters, 56% of bakers and confectioners, 54% of customer service managers are convinced that robots will completely or partially replace them at work.

Doctors (28%), builders (29%) and teachers (32%) are the least likely to support predictions about the replacement of their work with algorithms.

Welders, drivers, builders, call center operators, and accountants are less likely to believe in the possibility of full or partial robotization of their profession.

Designers and programmers, on the contrary, more often say that artificial intelligence will continue to select their functions, however, a complete rejection of human labor in their field will not happen in the next 10 years.

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Time: February 13 — March 22, 2023

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