Developers Worried That AI May Take Their Jobs

A recent Evans Data survey indicates that developers are concerned that advancements in artificial intelligence could mean fewer jobs for programmers. Despite being among the leaders of the digital revolution, software developers apparently are just as concerned as workers in other fields that automation and technological advances could, at some point, endanger their jobs, according to a recent Evans Data survey.Indeed, the Evans Data study indicates that developers fear that their own obsolescence will be spurred by artificial intelligence (AI). The company surveyed more than 550 developers across a variety of industries. When asked to identify the most worrisome thing in their careers, nearly one-third (29.1 percent) selected the “I and my development efforts are replaced by artificial intelligence” category.Developers’ next biggest worries were related to platform concerns. Twenty-three percent…

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