Are these jobs going to be taken over by AI? This is what GPT-4 says !

Are these jobs going to be taken over by AI? This is what GPT-4 says !

Are these jobs going to be taken over by AI? This is what GPT-4 says !

Artificial Intelligence (AI) research company OpenAI on Wednesday announced ChatGPT, a prototype dialogue-based AI chatbot capable of understanding natural language and responding in natural language. It has since taken the internet by storm and already crossed more than a million users in less than a week. Most users are marveling at how intelligent the AI-powered bot sounds. Some even called it a replacement for Google, since it’s capable of giving solutions.

When ChatGPT first came out late last year, it sparked much discussion surrounding AI eventually replacing everyone’s jobs. Where one would’ve thought that technology like it was still decades away, ChatGPT came as a complete surprise, with capabilities that looked like something out of a sci-fi movie. The AI chatbot is able to write code for fairly complex games and makes an excellent copywriter, among a slew of other things.

Now with GPT-4 out, ChatGPT is only going to get better at what it does. OpenAI, the company behind it, says that the GPT-4 LLM is more creative and collaborative than ever before. That would only make people more insecure about their jobs, but unfortunately, GPT-4 just doesn’t seem to care. When asked to list 20 jobs that the AI chatbot would replace, the bot did so rather blatantly.

Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, the company that created ChatGPT, believes that artificial intelligence technology will reshape society as we know it, adding that he worries that AI chatbots could "eliminate a lot of current jobs".

"It is going to eliminate a lot of current jobs, that's true. We can make much better ones. The reason to develop AI at all, in terms of impact on our lives and improving our lives and upside, this will be the greatest technology humanity has yet developed," said OpenAI CEO.

"Education is going to have to change. But it's happened many other times with technology. When we got the calculator, the way we taught math and what we tested students on totally changed".

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