What jobs are most exposed to AI? Pew research reveals tasks more likely to be replaced.

– About 20% of U.S. workers have jobs with tasks that are more likely to be aided or replaced by AI, based on a report from Pew Research Center.

– Jobs requiring analytical skills like critical thinking, writing, science, and math are considered to be at higher risk of being affected by AI technology.

– A Pew survey shows that workers in industries more exposed to AI are optimistic about its impact, believing it will benefit their jobs.

– Rakesh Kochhar, a senior researcher at Pew Research Center, notes that workers familiar with AI are more likely to see its benefits than potential harm.

In a separate study from Italy, a connection is found between high consumption of ultra-processed foods and depression.

– People with the highest consumption of such foods report a higher chance of depressive symptoms.

– Processed foods are designed to create cravings and are often high in fat, sugar, and salt, leading to potential long-term harm.

– It is uncertain whether depression causes increased consumption of processed foods or vice versa.

Approximately one in five U.S. workers have jobs with tasks that are more likely to be aided or replaced by AI.

Jobs relying on analytical skills such as critical thinking, writing, science, and math are more exposed to AI technology

Interestingly, workers in industries more exposed to AI tend to believe it will help rather than harm their jobs.