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artemz wrote

AI has already started to take on certain jobs, particularly those involving repetitive tasks, data analysis, and customer service. However, it's important to note that AI is also creating new job opportunities in tech development, AI maintenance, and other emerging fields. The impact of AI on jobs will continue to grow over the next decade, transforming various industries.

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idontwantanamern t1_jeh5mdp wrote

Gossip (Group of students who start a rumor as part of a college project - I love this movie and the cast has really grown since the movie 😂 Just a bit!)

Hide and Seek with DeNiro and Dakota Fanning

Don't Say A Word with Michael Douglas and Brittany Murphy

Mr. Brooks with Kevin Costner

The Watcher with Keanu Reeves, James Spader & Marisa Tomei

Identity with John Cusack, Ray Liotta, Amanda Peet and so many more

Secret Window with Johnny Depp (Stephen King)

Gone with Amanda Seyfried


dman2316 t1_jeh5lkp wrote

So there's 2 reasons. The first is when i was 17 i got hit by a car while on my bike and i broke several ribs in several places, broke my jaw, broke a femur and cracked my skull and had a ton of soft tissue damage, and as time went on the pain was just not getting any better and i was diagnosed with a condition where essentially the physical injuries themselves fully healed, however for some reason my nervous system/brain never got that message and so is still sending out the pain signals as if the injuries were fresh from yesterday, so basically i'm still in just as much pain 10 years later as the day after i was hit. The second reason is i have a rare type of kidney stone that behaves very differently from normal kidney stones so i end up passing a ton of them, like it's not unreasonable to expect me to pass close to 20 in a week.