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Luminaries like Bill Gates, Elon Musk, and Stephen Hawking have all recently voiced concerns about the existential risk that AI poses to humanity.
Musk said that AI was “potentially more dangerous than nukes,” and Gates said he doesn’t “understand why some people are not concerned.” To answer Gate’s answer, I would offer the freelance labor behind Invisible Boyfriends as exhibit A: when computers can’t even simulate basic romantic affection with any degree of competence, it seems farfetched to worry that they’ll take over the world.
It averaged out to be around .00 an hour, which I realize is very low, but I can choose my own hours, choose my own tasks, and choose how long I want to work.
I only worked when my youngest was napping or at night after all my kids had gone to bed.
At the time, I had one kid in school 4 days a week and 1 at home with me.
And I have never picked it up again because now I have kids with different school schedules and various activities and I just can't seem to fit it into my schedule.From an economic perspective, it’s not surprising for women to work as invisible boyfriends.The freelance industry tends to skew female; 55 percent of the workers on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk, another crowdsourcing platform, are women.Sometimes I miss the challenge of my former job, sometimes I miss the people, and most of the time I miss the money.But, I don't regret my decision to quit my job and stay at home with my 3 kids.