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'I Haven't Seen Any Plumbing Robots:' Mike Rowe Says AI Is Coming for Desk Jobs, Not Ski

• Breitbart

Mike Rowe, the host of popular TV shows Dirty Jobs and How America Works, has claimed that blue-collar jobs and skilled trades are safe from the growth of AI despite widespread fears of job losses due to technological advancements. According to Rowe, "I've been hearing for years that robots are going to wreck blue-collar work. Turns out AI is coming for your white-collar job."

Entrepreneur reports that despite widespread concerns about job losses due to technological advancements, Mike Rowe, the host of the popular TV shows Dirty Jobs and How America Works, has said that he's confident that blue-collar jobs are safe from the ongoing growth of artificial intelligence.

Rowe recently expressed his opinion during an interview on The Big Money Show that the growth of AI in the workplace will not jeopardize blue-collar jobs. He argued that these roles require particular skill sets that are difficult to replicate digitally. "People used to say that the robots are going to destroy skilled labor. Well, not really," Rowe said. "I haven't seen any plumbing robots. I haven't seen any electrician robots. And I don't think we're going to see any artificial intelligence in the skilled trades to that degree."