Jobs that won’t be coming back.
The near term impact of artificial intelligence is going to be in the narrow (or specialized) AI arena. As I’ve pointed out here, nearly all jobs are specialized and a large percentage will therefore be susceptible to automation without any need for true, human-like machine intelligence (strong AI or artificial general intelligence).
Teaching robots remote-controlled by low wage workers in the Philippines. See also my earlier post on Outsourcing jobs…that can’t be outsourced.
Military Robots and automated warfare.
Automating scientific discovery.
An economist argues against the views I’ve expressed here. Perhaps mainstream economic thought on this issue will begin to shift around the time that we start seeing articles entitled “Rise of the Robo Economists.”