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963 THE FUTURE OF WORK AND AI

In a rapidly evolving landscape where AI threatens to automate numerous job roles, the question of responsibility for skill adaptation emerges as a critical discussion point. While tech companies are exploring ways to re-skill their workforce, the onus of adapting to a future intertwined with AI ultimately falls on the individual. Emphasizing the libertarian viewpoint, the narrative underscores that each person must assess their current job’s sustainability against AI advancements and proactively seek more fulfilling, “humane” work—roles that capitalize on uniquely human capabilities such as creativity, empathy, and complex problem-solving. The dialogue extends into a broader reflection on societal shifts, advocating for a recalibration in how work is valued and compensated, with a clear distinction between tasks suited for AI and those inherently human. This recalibration promises survival and thriving in an AI-dominated future by ensuring that as technology takes over “inhumane” tasks, humans are empowered to pursue work that is immune to automation and enriching and life-affirming.

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