For years, you've probably heard that robots would eventually replace humans in the workforce. Self-checkouts, ATMs, and customer service chatbots have all been transformed by AI.

The goal isn't to frighten, but to bring attention to the fact that AI is always changing lives and doing things that humans used to do.

Technological advances create new job opportunities. AI will raise demand for robotics and software engineers.

As a result, AI has the ability to eliminate millions of current jobs while simultaneously creating millions of new ones.

Concerns about AI's potential to eliminate huge areas of the human labour force have been raised frequently.

It will free humans from monotonous, repetitive chores, allowing them to focus on more difficult projects or take time off.

History suggests this may not be the case; some industries will no longer require human labour, leading to job redefinition and business process transformation.

We've been talking about how technology can steal employment, but humans can't be replaced. Let's focus on their weaknesses. Some jobs are human-only.

There are tasks that need creation, conception, complicated strategic planning, and coping with unknown spaces and sensations that AI can't do yet.

1. Empathy is unique to humans

Humans need a personal connection beyond the professional to build trust and connection, which bot technology lacks.

2. Emotional Intelligence

AI is accurate, but not intuitive or culturally sensitive, which are human traits. No matter how well-programmed, it can't adapt to human intellect's algorithm.

It lacks the emotional intelligence that allows humans to comprehend and successfully navigate interactions that need emotional communication from one participant to another.

3. Creativity

AI can boost productivity and efficiency by decreasing errors and repetition and automating manual labour, but it can't understand human behaviour.

4. Problem-solving outside a code

AI-powered devices cannot perform beyond their function, which may be far in the future but not predictable.

AI will definitely drive the future. AI need creative, smart, and culturally aware humans. Humans bring value that machines can't match.