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What GhatGPT says about how it will impact our job?

What GhatGPT says about how it will impact our job?

Since its release at the end of November 2022, everyone is talking about the ChatGPT, even @James Corden  The Late Late Show the other night. From what I have seen, ChatGPT’s capability goes beyond the imagination, and raises the question: are we starting to live in that age we saw in the Back to the Future movie? 

What extent it will impact our daily lives we is uncertain. The big competitor Alphabet (Google’s mother company) already downplayed its accuracy, and it certainly will take time until its application will be widespread. Still, there are lots of questions, and concerns – rightfully, whether our work or jobs are in danger. Spoiler alert: it is too early to tell. 

In our quest to find where to go, and who to ask for a better answer, we decided to go to the source, the ChatGPT itself, and asked the question:

What jobs will ChatGPT impact the most?


Before I get to its answer, let’s remember. Ease of use, and accessibility of technology today already impacted our life at large. The pace it changes, and improves is rather exponential. However, one of the reasons I would refrain from panicking is because of past experiences.  If every time since the industrial revolution, jobs only would have been extinct by machines, today we would all be out of jobs. 

Fortunately, innovation and new technologies were born not only to disrupt the status quo but to create new jobs, and opportunities we have never seen coming before. To my least surprise, this is what I got as an answer from the @OpenAI  research company’s latest tool.  Although I was absolutely amazed (or freaked) by the way the answer came. 

As opposed to receiving a list of URLs or an excerpt from a Wiki page, I felt like someone was talking to me, and giving a meaningful answer:

“ChatGPT is likely to have the most impact on jobs that involve repetitive tasks such as data entry, customer service, content generation, and data analysis.” 

 “However, it is important to note that the impact of ChatGPT on jobs is likely to be more evolutionary than revolutionary, and it could also create new opportunities and job roles that require skills such as programming and data analysis. Furthermore, ChatGPT should be seen as a tool to enhance human productivity and creativity rather than replacing human workers.”

The second part made me think a couple of things. One, how nice it is that besides the “bad news” it also contains some positive aspects of the matter. Second, what we know but tend to forget during our live interactions is the “sandwich” model, regarding delivering bad news or formulating criticisms to others. Embracing the “bad” between two good news (good-bad-good). I found it intelligent (even though it is artificial). The third thing that crossed my mind was perhaps its algorithm was built, to avoid upsetting users by getting an unfavorable answer.  

Google’s criticism – however I did not find them using the sandwich model articulating their opinion about ChatGPT – made a good point. Even part of the science community shared the tech giant’s opinion, because the ChatGPT provided reference to a scientific study that does not exist. 

I do not blame ChatGPT, a few-month-old infant making mistakes, besides the disclaimer its creator displayed publicly. Looking at its projected future makes me keep one eye on its future career, I am sure we will hear more news about it. 

What can be the best strategy to differentiate yourself from machine-generated content? Fortunately, you do not have to go out of your way. The ChatGPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) was taught with Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback to make it very conversational. This means its understanding of context or complex topics is limited to the information it was trained on.  

Creating original content, formulating an educated opinion, and discussing a complex topic in a webinar are all good examples, to stay ahead. Visit our website to learn more or if you liked what you read, please remember to click the like, share, and the follow button.  

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