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Artificial intelligence is computer software that simulates human skills
Artificial intelligence is computer software that simulates human skills

The survival of future employees depends on creativity, AI experts believe. Four years ago, Taiwanese AI expert and computer expert Kai-Fu Lee predicted that AI and automation will replace nearly half of daily human work in the next 15 years.

It is based on the fact that if AI is capable to learn human patterns, it is also not impossible that AI will be able to learn its “intelligence” in the future.
Quoting Quartz Gate , it becomes even more alarming when the "digital transformation" is accelerated with the emergence of epidemics since early 2020, on top of which is the controversial Corona epidemic.
However, Fu Li believes in his writing that creative workers will continue to survive since this unique nature cannot be replaced by the AI ​​algorithm itself.
Are we ready for a future that sees creativity in moving forward in life and continuing creativity-based jobs, or is this just an illusory hope peddled to prevent uncertainty and anxiety among people?
Experts say we can use new ways of thinking in these three areas.
1. Education
In most schools in the United States of America (USA) they implement visual arts learning once a week and require students to attend math classes on a daily basis. This is because faculty members in the state believe that creativity can be brought out through the visual art of calculations acquired in mathematics.
Thus, students are equipped to express new ideas through visual images by creating interesting videos as well as building simple prototypes. In the class, students are also given attention to color theory, statistics, and the use of video-editing software, due to which robots cannot seize these ideas or tasks.
2. Retraining
The Corona epidemic has caused many workers to lose their jobs, not least those who did not return to work after the “rest” period.
Recently, out of the 2 million job vacancies surveyed, half of employers expect the creativity aspect to be one of the key required elements. Even out of two million resumes , 75 percent of applicants do not have or do not include the creative skills they possess.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak hit the world, views of Adobe Live , which offers free tutorials and inspiration for creative projects, has doubled, averaging over an hour of views.
So, people can browse creative platforms like Adobe Live to improve their creative skills to be more competitive. The creative tools used are simple but useful to the user. Any good economic recovery plan, must include such creative training within the framework of modern technologies.

3. Auxiliary work techniques
Companies need to provide their employees with work aids to increase their productivity and creativity.
For example, providing software and creative training using Adobe software and other companies that produce creative applications.