The demand for ethical AI scientists and developers is rising in step with the increasing use of AI systems. They must ensure that AI systems are created and used with due care and consideration for social and ethical factors.
Protecting systems and data from cyberthreats requires constant adaptation and human expertise. Experts in cybersecurity use their knowledge and intuition to detect and respond to threats that are new and evolving.
Even though robots and automation are used a lot in manufacturing and other fields, people are still needed to design, build, and manage these machines and fix any problems that may come up.
It will be difficult for AI to completely replace educators' roles in conveying knowledge, coaching, and nurturing critical thinking skills. While AI can be a useful tool in teaching, the human touch is still necessary.
AI-powered chatbots and virtual assistants can handle simple questions, but when a customer has a complicated or emotionally sensitive question, a real person with understanding and problem-solving skills is often needed.