When AI began to appear in many applications, programmers did not initially feel threatened. It is generally considered an AI tool, particularly when it comes to troubleshooting and debugging difficulties. Sometimes, it can be used to learn tips and tricks, even if they are not the latest.
However, the capabilities of AI are growing, even relatively capable of building small applications using the right prompt. This is becoming a concern for programmers about the future of their profession. Is that true? Let us take a look at some quotes that I have received from different blogs.
Artificial intelligence is not yet ready to replace programmers and human intelligence. In the meantime, it is part of the “augmented” developer movement, allowing users to produce fewer bugs and code faster. What’s more, it’s a tool that can help a lot of people break into tech.Hackbright Academy
According to a team of researchers at the US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, there’s a high chance that AI will replace software developers as early as 2040.
Artificial intelligence will radically reshape software development and force software developers to acquire new skills in order to stay relevant. Those who will adapt most successfully to the coming era will get to enjoy an abundance of work opportunities, but the process will require a different mindset than many software developers have today.Brainhub
The future of programming and AI is one of integration; a symbiosis between human and computer. Far from replacing programmers (or anyone else), AI is becoming ready to reimagine a developer’s workload through integration and controlled use.ParkerSoftware
I think it is still too early to say whether AI will hinder programmers’ careers. Apart from ethical issues, there are a number of issues that need to be resolved first when using AI, such as data sources, accuracy, and other considerations. Often, the answers given by AI are inaccurate or outdated.
Programmers who use AI as a tool also have to be careful because there is always a possibility of accuracy being questioned. Therefore, it is still not worth it for the world of programming to rely on AI.