Instead of trying to bring back the manufacturing jobs that are already being automated away by machines, we have an opportunity to fill the hundreds of thousands of vacant American jobs that aren’t being automated. These are the jobs that involve telling those machines what to do. The programming jobs.
Those jobs are gone forever. Let’s gear up for what’s next.
Quincy Larson

Until the machines start programming themselves. Is that really more than 10 years away given the rate of AI’s progression?

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