Will AI take people’s jobs? – level 3
For decades, people have worried about the rise of robots coming for jobs but rarely did the reality match the concern.
Then came ChatGPT, an AI chatbot that has gone viral, and it became the fastest-growing app with 100 million active users just two months after launching. Experts started to worry that the latest chatbots could jeopardize the careers of anyone who interprets information and generates written reports or commands.
Chatbots can do very creative things that we previously thought were innately human, and an increasing number of users see this as a business opportunity. They will start using a chatbot as an additional staff member that may be compared to a newly hired graduate in terms of its ability to research and think.
AI is much quicker and reliable, without needing a break or pension, and for business people, it’s vital. Some UK law firms are already using chatbots to draft legal letters or to come up with arguments in court cases. They are using chatbots as a kind of outsourced brain to reduce the workload on themselves.
Difficult words: jeopardize (to expose to danger or risk), innately (naturally), outsourced (obtained by contract from an outside supplier).
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