Would you rather be a digital nano-athlete dentist or personal climate control brandiing attorney?
Anything that can't be fully automated ya dingus.
That's only true for around 5% of engineers. Most are just high level technicians who will proggressively struggle more and more to find jobs through the next decade or so.
I was actually looking into that. Too bad it's too late. Spending time doing a little landscaping, hiking, and peaceful quiet outdoors doesn't seem so bad at all.
Fuck this business degree
music making can definitely be automated/heavily assisted over time but do you actually see automation taking over writing, acting, directing, editing, lighting, framing ect.?
I don't see it, not in the next 500 years
Technicians are easily automated.
Good luck building a machine that can not only sustain itself but also design new, original, and efficient components. Maybe in ~300 years will we have AI intelligent enough to do so, and at that point we're all fucked anyways.