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10 industries that will be disrupted by A.I. by 2025

Written by Nathan Lands

Did you know that most industries are very close to being entirely changed by A.I.? And, some companies are already using A.I. like GPT-3 in ways you wouldn't expect.

In this post we're going to explore how A.I. will disrupt:

  1. Artists
  2. Movie Production
  3. Interior Design
  4. Architecture
  5. Game Design
  6. Fashion
  7. Social Media Influencers
  8. Screenwriters
  9. E-commerce
  10. and... Porno

Lets get to it.


A.I. for Artists

In the past, artists have been limited by their own human abilities. But with the advent of artificial intelligence, artists can now create works that are beyond their own imaginations and abilities. Some artists are already really upset about this, joking about how those that create A.I. art aren't artists.

That's gonna be a huge debate moving forward. What is an artist?

AI will be able to create artworks of great detail and complexity that would be impossible for a human to create. For example, an AI could create a painting that is a thousand times more detailed than any painting created by a human.

AI will also be able to create artworks that are realistic enough to fool humans. For example, an AI could create a painting of a landscape that is so realistic that it would be hard for a human to tell that it is not a real photograph.

AI will also be able to create artworks that are interactive. For example, an AI could create a painting that changes its appearance based on the viewer's emotions.

AI will also be able to create artworks that are responsive to the environment. For example, an AI could create a painting that changes its appearance based on the time of day or the weather.

In short, AI will disrupt the art world as we know it. Artists will need to adapt to this new technology in order to stay relevant. And, what we call an artist will likely change in the future.

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A.I. For Movie Production

One area where A.I. is poised to have a major impact is movie production.

A.I. can be used in a number of ways to streamline the movie production process. For example, A.I. can be used to automatically generate storyboards or to select the best takes from a filmed scene. A.I. can also be used to create digital sets and characters, which can save time and money in the production process.

In the future, A.I. may even be used to create entire movies on its own..

This may sound far-fetched, but A.I. is already capable of creating short films that are indistinguishable from those made by humans. As A.I. technology continues to improve, it is not hard to imagine A.I.-produced movies becoming a reality.

A.I. will likely have a major disruptive impact on the movie industry. Traditional movie production companies will need to adapt or risk being left behind.

A.I. For Interior Design

With the help of A.I., designers will be able to create custom, one-of-a-kind designs that are tailored to the specific needs of their clients. A.I. will also allow designers to experiment with new materials and finishes, and to create virtual 3D simulations of their designs. This will give clients a realistic preview of what their finished space will look like.

A.I. For Architecture

Similar to interior design, there is no doubt that A.I. will have a significant impact on the architecture profession.

A.I. can already be used to generate 3D models of buildings from 2D plans. This technology is called photogrammetry, and it’s already being used by some architects to create preliminary designs. In the future, A.I. will be used to create even more detailed and accurate models, which will save time and money.

A.I. can also be used to create virtual reality (VR) simulations of buildings. This can be used for everything from marketing purposes to allowing architects to experience their designs before they’re built. VR simulations can also be used to test how people react to different design choices, such as the layout of a room or the placement of furniture.

In the future, A.I. will also be used to help architects with the construction process.  

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A.I. For Game Design

In the past, video games were primarily the domain of human intelligence. However, with the advent of artificial intelligence (A.I.), this is no longer the case. A.I. is now able to create and play video games at a level that is comparable to, or even exceeding, that of humans.

This has a number of implications for the gaming industry. First, it means that game developers can now create games that are far more complex and challenging than anything that has been possible before. This will lead to a new generation of gamers who are far more skilled and knowledgeable than the current crop.

Second, it means that game developers will need to focus more on creating interesting and unique gameplay experiences, rather than simply relying on graphics and visuals to sell their games. This shift will challenge the status quo of the gaming industry and lead to the development of more innovative and original games.

Finally, A.I. will also have a major impact on the way games are marketed and sold. In the future, it will be possible to target ads and promotions specifically at gamers who are likely to enjoy a particular game. This will make the gaming industry more competitive and dynamic, and ultimately benefit consumers by giving them more choice.

And, imagine as a gamer being able to play a game where you say

"I want to play League of Legends with the aesthetic of Dark Souls".

It's gonna be freakin wild.

A.I. for Fashion

The fashion industry is on the brink of a major disruption. With the advent of A.I. and its ability to learn and evolve, fashion designers and brands are starting to use A.I. to create new designs, fabrics, and garments. This new technology is not only changing the way fashion is designed, but also how it is produced and sold.

A.I. is already being used to create custom-fit garments that are made to order. This means that instead of having to buy a garment in a certain size, you can now order a garment that is made to your exact measurements. This is made possible by A.I.’s ability to create 3D models of people’s bodies.

A.I. is also being used to create new fabrics and materials. With its ability to mimic nature, A.I. can create fabrics that are stronger, more breathable, and more environmentally friendly than anything that has been created before.

Imagine you can dream up a fashion idea, have A.I. show you thousands of beautiful concepts, and you pick one and it becomes real...

A.I. for Influencers

A.I. is going to disrupt social media influencers by automating the process of creating and curating content. This will allow brands and businesses to get their message in front of a larger audience without having to rely on influencers. Additionally, A.I. can help identify new influencers and trends.

I think there will continue to be a need for human influencers, and perhaps even more so as human created content becomes more rare. But, we might also run into an area where it's hard to tell who is real and who isn't.

One guy, who was suspended from Twitter, already got over 50,000 followers on Twitter entirely by using GPT-3. Meaning, he didn't write any of the tweets. I can't imagine that others aren't doing this but just haven't been banned because they didn't talk about it. How could Twitter possibly know?

A.I. for Screenwriters

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There is no doubt that artificial intelligence (A.I.) will have a major impact on the screenwriting industry. A.I. can already generate realistic 3D images and realistic character dialogue, and it is only getting better. This means that A.I. could eventually be used to generate entire scripts, or at least large portions of scripts.

This would be a major disruption to the screenwriting industry, as it would make many screenwriters obsolete. A.I. can already do many of the things that human screenwriters do, and it is only getting better. It is not hard to imagine a future where A.I. is the primary screenwriter, with human screenwriters only being used for corrections or minor tweaks.

This disruption would have a major impact on the film and television industry as a whole. A.I.-generated scripts would likely be cheaper and faster to produce, which could lead to a decline in the quality of films and television. This is not to say that A.I.-generated scripts would be bad, but they would likely be very different from what human screenwriters are able to produce.

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A.I. for E-commerce

A.I. is going to disrupt ecommerce in a big way. We are already seeing it happen with the rise of chatbots and personal assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Home. These A.I. powered devices are making it easier for people to shop online without having to use a traditional desktop or laptop computer.

In the future, A.I. will become even more involved in the ecommerce process. We will see more A.I. powered chatbots that can help you with your shopping. A.I. will also be used to personalize the shopping experience for each individual. Retailers will be able to use A.I. to provide customers with recommendations for products they might like based on their past purchases and search history.
A.I. will also help to make the checkout process quicker and easier. We will see more A.I. powered payment options that can make it easier for people to pay for their purchases. A.I. will also be used to help detect fraud and to keep your personal information safe.

Overall, A.I. is going to have a big impact on ecommerce. It will make it easier for people to shop online and will personalize the experience for each individual.

A.I. for Porno

Now, to end with a bang. ;)

A.I. is already beginning to disrupt the porn industry, with companies like Pornhub and YouPorn investing in artificial intelligence to create better content and improve the user experience. A.I. can be used to create realistic 3D images and videos of people or fantasy creatures, and can be used to create custom content for individual users.

This technology is still in its early stages, but it has the potential to completely transform the way we consume porn. For example, A.I. could be used to create personalised porn experiences, based on our individual preferences and kinks. This would make the whole experience much more intimate and tailored to our individual needs.

A.I. could also be used to create interactive porn experiences, where the user can control the action and make choices that affect the outcome of the scene. This would make for a much more immersive and realistic experience, which could even be used for educational purposes.

In the future, A.I. will become even more advanced and will have the ability to create completely realistic and lifelike virtual reality experiences. This would be the ultimate form of immersive porn, and could completely change the way we think about sex and sexuality.


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In conclusion, A.I. will have a profound impact on a variety of industries by 2025. In some cases, A.I. will completely disrupt traditional business models and create new opportunities for companies that are able to embrace this technology. In other cases, A.I. will complement existing business models and help companies to become more efficient and competitive. Regardless of the specific industry, it is clear that A.I. will have a major impact on the business landscape over the next decade.

If you're not using A.I. in your business, you should be worried about how your competitors are probably using it without you knowing it. A.I. can give businesses a competitive edge by automating tasks, providing insights from data, and improving customer experiences. If your competitors are using A.I. and you're not, you're at a disadvantage.

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Do you agree that A.I. is going to disrupt these industries? Let us know in the comments!

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