Can AI totally replace human beings?

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Strategic Banking IT advisor in Banking, 10,001+ employees
I do think that AI in conjunction with RPA or any process automation could replace a broad range of tasks that requires to take 'simple decision'.   On the other hand, for tasks requiring a more 'complex decision' process, AI will be able to assist or to give opinion.

So, short answer is NO.   But for specific context, the answer is a definite YES.

As AI progress quite fast, who knows in 2030 what will be the reality.
Senior Engineering Manager in Finance (non-banking), 5,001 - 10,000 employees
Not at all places but some of the places.
System Operation Manager in Finance (non-banking), 501 - 1,000 employees
Not at all...
IT Manager in Education, 501 - 1,000 employees
AI will, for sure, take some jobs but, most will be done by us mere mortals.
Some may even be monitoring/managing some AI-controlled jobs.
For me, AI is still a big NO: the tech is still "too green" and, in a lot of cases, easily hackable.
Solution Architect in Retail, 10,001+ employees
AI can replace human brains not beings
Data Scientist & Analytics Manager, Self-employed
"Without Human Intelligence there is no Artificial Intelligence". AI is a powerful tool, but it is not a replacement for humans. AI can automate many tasks, but it cannot replicate the creativity, problem-solving, and empathy that humans possess. These abilities are essential for many jobs, and it is unlikely that AI will be able to fully replace humans in these roles.

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