The launch of ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot, late last year marked a new era in AI – and sparked widespread fears over the effect of artificial intelligence on the job market.
Its abilities to write poems, screenplays, take exams and simulate entire chat rooms have led some to suggest it could rapidly take over jobs in customer service, copywriting and even the legal profession.
Microsoft invested $10 billion in ChatGPT and said that the technology will change how people interact with computers.
‘I believe that ChatGPT could replace 20 percent of the workforce as is,’ AI expert Richard DeVere, Head of Social Engineering for Ultima, told DailyMail.com.
‘ChatGPT is no fad – it’s a new technological revolution.
‘Robots aren’t necessarily coming for your jobs, but a human with a robot will do.link
In principle, I believe any improvement in communication, information handling, inference, or clarity of response is a good thing. We’ll see how this turns out. ABN