MKs Aliza Lavie (L) and Manuel Trachtenberg pose with the robot “visitor” at a session of the Knesset Science and Technology Committee, February 2, 2016 (Knesset Spokesperson)

In a world increasingly driven by automation and robotics, new job roles have emerged that require skills that cannot be replicated by machines. According to a report in The Times of Israel, some of these positions include big data analysts, time hackers, and deep divers.

Big data analysts are responsible for analyzing large datasets to extract insights and inform business decisions. These professionals use statistical analysis and machine learning algorithms to identify patterns and trends in data.

Time hackers, on the other hand, focus on optimizing the use of time. These professionals use strategies and tools to help individuals and organizations better manage their time, increase productivity, and achieve their goals.

Deep divers are another group of professionals who are in high demand. These individuals specialize in diving deep into complex problems and coming up with innovative solutions. They are often employed in fields such as science, engineering, and technology, where their ability to think critically and creatively is highly valued.

As technology continues to advance, it is important for individuals to stay ahead of the curve by developing skills that cannot be replicated by machines. As Oren Etzioni, CEO of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, said, “The challenge is to find things that machines cannot do – and that humans can do better.”

By The Impactlab