Why chatGPT makes me hopeful—not worried—for the future of college and careers

From Forbes: “On the one hand, the kinds of office jobs that will be replaced by AI are low-skilled ones that may not offer much creative fulfillment. But those are still jobs, and a lesson from the deindustrialization of America over the last few generations is that the kinds of jobs that can be offshored or replaced by robots nevertheless were once the backbone of families and communities. … But at the same time, I also recognize that this change will only make college degrees more valuable. The more technology is able to replace low-value tasks, the more employers will count on people to do the jobs that machines can’t, the jobs that require creativity, intelligence, thought, and discernment. … Those are the jobs that college prepares you for.”

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