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mootcat t1_j15x8fp wrote

The rate that technology is approved for use with the general populace is wildly different from the rate at which new breakthroughs are being made in the field.

Just over the last 2 years, there has been an exponential uptick in speed and quality of AI improvements evidenced via research papers. It has definitely gotten to the point where I can't keep up and feel like there's substancial breakthroughs constantly. Recent examples are 3d image modeling and video creation developing far more rapidly than we witnessed with image generation.

I'll note that these are also only the developments that are being publicly shared. I don't know about you, but I don't feel comfortable projecting even 5 years ahead to determine which jobs will or won't be automated.