By now, you should be less concerned about your job going away and possibly more concerned about an AI-savvy person doing your job better. That’s nothing but opportunity. If you look at a historical perspective of automation and jobs, the data actually paints a bright picture. There will be a need to adapt and change with the times. But when has that not been the case?
For further reading, check out this piece from the World Economic Forum, which discusses the impact of automation creating new job opportunities. New jobs come directly from the need to manage, maintain, and enhance new automation tools as well as the opportunity for new products and services in the ecosystem that results from the automation. The bottom line is, don’t be afraid of change; it’s just another form of opportunity.
The deployment of AI is happening rapidly all around us. You will be hearing more about chips that have been built with AI. The designers who used the AI technology will be telling those stories.
Hot Chips will be starting soon. The chairman and co-CEO of Synopsys, Aart de Geus, will be presenting a keynote entitled, Does Artificial Intelligence Require Artificial Architects? Stop by to better understand the opportunities ahead. And ponder how you will successfully design your next world-changing chip, without worrying about autonomous design taking your job away.