I feel like we're starting to see the big shift. AI is going to be writing programs and pen testing applications, all these high paid human workers are going to be replaced by AI. I honestly think that in the not so distant future, musicians are going to become a lot more valued by society, and todays programmers and pen testers are going to be seen as irrelevant.
AI can write code, AI can pen test a web app, but AI and robotics CANNOT make a violin or a guitar sing sweetly. The human ability to play musical instruments, especially stringed instruments, and play them incredibly well, cannot possibly be duplicated or surpassed by AI and machines imo. At least not in my life time, not this century. Maybe even not ever.
Eh, I think AI is just the next bubble..
Part of my problem is I choose the worst time to get back in the industry, as the market is **** in North America due to two issues..
1. Massive tech layoffs Winter 2022/23, which leads to lots of them looking for mid level jobs, which makes my job harder trying to get a mid level job.
2. Most companies don't have as many open positions due to interest rates.. (https://www.trueup.io/job-trend) Graph of the amount of open/available jobs.