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The place of creative professions in an AI-powered future

The place of creative professions in an AI-powered future

HARIDHA P 157 05-Jan-2023

The way that creative and digital teams operate may be directly impacted by how firms adopt new technologies. One of the main expectations is that students pick up new abilities rapidly. But one quickly developing technology, artificial intelligence, has many creative people concerned about their ability to adjust quickly enough. Some professionals are even wondering if they may need to work in artificial intelligence employment in the future due to this disruptive and transformative technology.

Jobs in artificial intelligence are projected to be created in the creative sector, among others, in the upcoming years. The use of artificial intelligence tools by creative and digital teams will increase, and this will be to their advantage.

Artificial intelligence and machine learning enable computation and automation, which can assist in reducing repetitive tasks. Teams are already utilizing platforms and products with AI capabilities, like Adobe Sensei, to speed up laborious tasks like picture searches and color blending.

According to Ashleigh Axios, design exponent at Automattic, the web development business behind, WooCommerce, Jetpack, Longreads, and more, the use of artificial intelligence can result in more practical and affordable design procedures overall. Axios is a member of the national board of directors for AIGA's executive committee. At the Obama White House, she also worked as the creative director and digital strategist.

AI-skilled creative workers are already in demand.

Technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning are so new that many businesses are only now beginning to experiment with them. Thus, creative people have the time and the chance to influence how the technology is used and used in their firms, helping to shape the occupations associated with artificial intelligence in the sector.

A significant number of industry experts view the rise of artificial intelligence and other disruptive technologies favorably, according to the findings of The Creative Group's Creative Workplace survey. In the next three years, 45% of respondents believe that these technologies will increase the demand for their talents.

How may artists combine their skills with artificial intelligence technologies to benefit the company? Here are a few illustrations:

Customer information from artificial intelligence applications is used by a user interface and user experience (UI/UX) designer to inform ideas for new products.

To build end-to-end user experiences for online, mobile, augmented reality, virtual reality, and artificial intelligence mediums, an interface designer collaborates with a diverse team.

A digital team manages design systems that guarantee improved product consistency utilizing a website design that integrates artificial intelligence into the design workflow to automate simple decision-making.

AI's Effect on Tech Jobs

When we refer to 'tech jobs,' we are not really referring to anything important. Both a design engineer at SpaceX and an app developer are members of the tech industry, yet their jobs are significantly different from one another. We can imitate the app developer's skill set using low-code or no-code app development platforms. For the SpaceX engineer, the same cannot be said.

Here, we see the reasoning that is used the most frequently: the more specialized we are, the higher the value of our work. Such jobs would not be significantly impacted by AI in the near future, if at all.

The Future of AI

AI is something that Ideologues fear would replace our jobs. Teachers from classrooms, physicians from hospitals, pilots from airplanes, and so on would all be removed. Take a step back and consider the big picture in order to gain a deeper understanding of reality.

Future AI will address significant global challenges. It will support governments with foreign policies, aid in the fight against climate change, and advance healthcare. More employment will be created by AI than lost. 

We would require experts to comprehend, process, and distribute the findings and outcomes in addition to the individuals who would be working to improve AI itself. We would still need teachers who are capable of imparting knowledge.

A passionate writer, blogger, language trainer, co-author of the book 'Irenic' and an enthusiastic learner. Interest includes travelling places and exploring.

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