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I've heard this argument a lot too. It's true people will find some new jobs, I'm sure freelancing will become more common, but I think this is missing the point.Andrew Yang and Bill de Blasio are very concerned about robots taking people's jobs. Machines will replace humans. Artificial intelligence will outpace people. But is there any validity to it? Not really.fee.org
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About 70 years ago, "Computer" was a job title. NACA High Speed Flight Station "Computer Room" (1949)
Strangely, the people who make this point of new jobs being created will at the same time still acknowledge that AI could make practically any routine and repetitive jobs obsolete. God knows how many people rely on this type of labor.
If this type of work becomes too obsolete then the job market is going to become increasingly more centered around higher skilled specialists, which might be fine if you're one of those who had the luxury of a higher education but without the low-skill work then poor, young or otherwise disadvantaged people would fall behind even further.