E73: AI Factory of the future

In the '70s, leadership expert Warren Bennis predicted a future factory staffed by just a man and a dog. The man's job is to feed the dog. The dog's role is to stop the man from touching machines. This vision never materialized.

Now, with generative AI on the rise, I hear similar forecasts. These AI models can create movies, music, images – pushing humans to the sidelines of creative work. They suggest our only task will be supervising these LLM models.

I disagree for five reasons:
  • Humans adapt
  • Humans are irreplaceable
  • Troubleshooting real-world problems need humans
  • Building an all-AI factory would be costly
  • These models are inhaling their own exhaust

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