The latest programs and technologies based on artificial intelligence are a breakthrough in many fields and businesses, especially after the emergence of the (ChatGPT) program, which is the first “robot” of its kind that can communicate with humans and carry out the tasks that humans ask of it, and it can to a large extent perform them properly without It should be easy to spot.
Although a few months have passed since the famous program “Chat GBT” appeared, it was found that it is now performing many employee tasks within a record period of time, which confirms the concern that is always reported that artificial intelligence will lead to thousands or perhaps millions of people losing their jobs. around the world in the coming years.
According to a report published by the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, and viewed by Al Arabiya.net, employees and workers in major companies admitted that the (ChatGPT) program, which relies on artificial intelligence technology, is the one that performs most of the job tasks assigned to them in their jobs without the companies’ managements knowing. that the tasks are performed by the program and not by the employee.
The employees admitted that they use the AI-powered chatbot to work multiple full-time jobs. Employees described themselves as being “unemployed” because the program allows them to complete job tasks and burdens in at least half the time.
Most of the jobs they do involve a significant amount of writing, such as creating marketing materials, which the chatbot has proven to be remarkably adept at.
The intelligent program, ChatGBT, is a large language model based on an artificial intelligence system that has been trained on massive amounts of text data to generate human-like responses to certain prompts. And when it was released for free by startup OpenAI last December, it opened the public’s eyes to just how powerful the technology has become in recent years.
The clever software was quickly used to pass exams, give speeches, write programs, prepare legal documents and give relationship advice, just to name a few.
Users of the super smart software have become more efficient and can now use it to trick employers into believing their job has their full attention, according to the report.
Ben, an employee who says he has become more like an unemployed person, said that GBT chatbot does 80% of his job. Ben works in marketing for financial technology companies.
Ben, who is from Toronto in Canada, could not previously join the redundant community, or those who work in more than one job together, because his job was very demanding, but when he discovered (ChatGPT) things changed, as he and many of his other colleagues were able to In the world of marketing, it is possible to use artificial intelligence to quickly find specific information, or to create written materials that are virtually indistinguishable from those written by a human.
After this drastically reduced the time it took to get over his workload, he wondered if he could get another job and do the same. And sure enough, earlier this year he did just that, even using the same bot to write his own letters while applying for the job.
Ben says the text generated by the bot will usually need some minor tweaking, as it can sometimes make mistakes. This element is what some workers believe will prevent them from losing their jobs to AI, as their expertise is still needed to validate what has been created.
Ben also uses the robot to type messages for his boss, which he specifies must be in lowercase letters, so they look like they were written by a busy worker.
According to the “Daily Mail” report, another employee uses the robot to record business meetings that take place on the “Zoom” application so that he does not have to pay attention and focus, and then he can view the notes later.
A software engineer said he is currently making more than $500,000 by working two jobs with the help of ChatGPT, which helps him write coherent code and work notes.
Tech workers also said they use AI to write professional-looking emails because “maybe they’re not as good at writing things as most other people.”