Given rapid developments in image processing and image combination, do you think that industry will continue to exist in its current form or that there will be drastic changes that will make large part of workforce unnecessary?
>>687529Nope. Machines can't replace humans, only augment them. Until thinking and feeling true AI comes, creative jobs can't be replaced by machines.
>>687591Pretty much, yeah. A large number of boring and repetitive "grunt work" jobs like transcription, rotoscoping, animation, etc. are likely candidates to disappear, but only to be replaced by similar ones that consist of a human double checking the output of an algorithm and fine tuning the process. Same thing happened with factory assembly lines.Once we reach the point where we have digital entities with consciousnesses/personalities/emotions/creativity, we'll have WAY more serious philosophical ethics shit to deal with anyways.
>>687529There is a singularity built in that will prevent tyrants from controlling us.Technology is almost to the point that no one will recognize us unless you submit.
>>687591>creative jobs can't be replaced by machines.Oh but they can. We're not there yet, but data driven design will be the way of the future. In the not too distant future, you be able to generate assets or animations with the click of a button to any specification.
>>687857is this like how all the glaciers will melt by 2020
>>687857>cheap and quick derivative work that needs to be revamped 100% before it's even usableWe already have chinks and pajeets for that
>>689992Nah pajeets and chinkies work cheaper than the cost of using and developing such systems