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Will ChatGPT Take Your Job?

If you haven’t heard of ChatGPT, your internet has probably been out for a month.

The remarkable new language bot is a truly astonishing tool, providing its users with incredibly realistic text as well as intuitive responses in real-time. It’s an incredible asset that offers a vast array of potential opportunities for exploration.

The potential of this remarkable bot has caused a flurry of speculation and inquiry – primarily, can it replace me in my role? Will it be able to do the same job as I can, but with greater efficiency and accuracy? These questions have been raised due to the incredible capabilities that this bot possesses, leaving us wondering if it could potentially take on roles traditionally held by humans.

Currently, there is a great deal of discussion amongst writers, authors, researchers, scientists and virtually any individual who has an occupation which involves working in an office environment concerning the potential risks or benefits presented by this particular tool – as well as artificial intelligence in general. The debates have been particularly intense recently due to the rapid growth of AI technology and its increasing presence in our everyday lives.

Here’s what Alec Whitlock said over at TechRadar.

A lot of writers already use addons like Grammarly in their day-to-day to help catch errors and provide suggestions, and to me, it feels like ChatGPT is just one step further than this. 

So, yes ChatGPT is amazing. Yes – it can probably do your job better than you, but it doesn’t mean that you’re going to be flipping burgers next year or collecting welfare checks. Instead, it’s likely to be a tool that you’ll interface via your browser or word processor, responding to your prompts, aiding in research, and generally being a souped-up version of Clippy.

I totally agree with Whitlock

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Concept art of a bored robot bot in an office cubicle futuristic, computer generated, design, , illustration, high resolution, vector, by Andrey Kudryashov

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