Metaverse jobs are on the rise. Will this lead to the disappearance of AI jobs in the future?
The gap between humans and machines are narrowing over years with emerging technological innovations. Despite the increasing sophistication that technology leverages, the industry is opening its door to more people and jobs. While famous tech jobs like data scientist, machine learning engineer, etc are attracting most of the aspirants, the Metaverse jobs are also on the rise, thus making AI jobs less important. On that note, here is the list of the top 10 AI jobs that might lose value in 2030 because of Metaverse.
Augmented Reality Storyteller
Virtual and augmented reality allows the reader to stop being passive and offers a window into the story. AR/VR is giving storytellers the ultimate tool to immerse their audiences in their stories. Content creators are pushing the boundaries of storytelling and adopting AR/VR to tell new stories more engagingly and with an unmistakable sense of presence. This job will allow entities to create both immersive training scenarios and hard-to-spot marketing opportunities.
World builder will design single-player or multiplayer game environments, with a specific emphasis on first-person shooter games. This role requires many of the same skills asked of video-game designers, except with a potentially entirely different endgame. Responsible for creating and developing 3-D game levels using popular 3-D modeling tools and packages, expected to be able to design environments with a realistic look and feel.
Smart City Analyst
City planners are becoming cool again! Smart cities use data and technology to create efficiencies, improve sustainability, etc for people living and working in the city. With the increasing use of smart cars, drones, and post-Covid office space optimization their help will be sorely needed.
The Microgrid will be responsible for energy & data analytics and energy simulations for solar PV and energy storage systems and microgrids using top technologies.
Art and technology are two extreme ends. But recently, many developments in both sectors are driving them closer. Therefore, unique profiles like digital artisan open up. A digital artisan thinks out of the box and delivers creative solutions and products. An interest in programming espoused with a keen sense of creativity composes the perfect profile of a digital artisan.
Trying clothes on has always been a big reason why people go to shops. It’s possible that a pair of pants or another piece of clothing purchased online would not suit. That is no longer necessary with the use of a simple digital tailor, and that technology is now available. Digital tailors can now go to retail consumer homes to refine the “fit and polish” of their online ordered clothes. But with Metaverse in the house, there is doubt that this profession will stay for long or not.
This job is centered on developing training modules and workshops that help employees learn essential skills in the workplace. This would be the role of the IT facilitator, which ought to put PMOs out of their misery. Expect the chosen few to lead a highly rewarding financial life.
Ad blockers are AI tools designed to remove or hide content identified as advertising during browsing. And they will have to be advanced enough to spot adverts embedded within reality itself. While a webpage is loading, the ad blocker looks at the site’s scripts and compares them against a list of sites and scripts it was built to block.
Personal Data Representative
A PDR would be a person or company which would legally represent the entirety of someone’s data and invest it in the right databases to get its customers better returns. The primary purpose of this position is to enter data from different documents into the computer system for purposes such as storage, processing, and data management.
This becomes even more important as AI becomes embedded in everyday life, data Investigator is responsible for the lawful acquisition of communications data, and for providing specialist advice to Life at Risk, proactive and reactive investigations, crimes in action, and intelligence operations.