It seems that fears of the dominance and control of artificial intelligence over humans and defrauding them are closer to reality than ever before.
The ChatGPT robot, which broke into the Internet a while ago, has developed jobs in the market that can pay more than $ 335,000 annually in salaries to employees without a certificate in the first place.
How is that?
The new AI bot ChatGPT that has been revolutionizing the internet since its launch last year may help you do just that, because its emergence has had the indirect effect of creating a thriving new job market.
Companies are increasingly looking for “AI whispers,” meaning people without a computer engineering degree.
Officially known as Instant Engineers, the jobs are an effort for people trying to improve the results that ChatGPT provides and better train the company’s workforce so they can get the most out of using the tool.
And the new market is enjoying such a boom that companies like Google-backed startup Anthropic are advertising salaries of up to $335,000 for a “quick engineer and librarian” in San Francisco.
ChatGPT.. a revolution in technology
ChatGPT is a chatbot built on a large language model that can output human-like text and understand complex queries.
It was launched on November 30, 2022, and by January 2023, it had 100 million users, faster than TikTok or Instagram.
The OpenAI company behind the app has secured a $10 billion investment from Microsoft, while other “big tech” companies like Google have competitors of their own like Google’s Bard.
In addition, other roles include a salary of $230,000 for a machine learning engineer who can prompt and understand how to produce the best output from AI tools.
It is reported that artificial intelligence systems usually rely on artificial neural networks (ANN), which try to mimic the way the brain works in order to learn.
Artificial neural networks can also be trained to recognize patterns in information including speech, text data, or visual images and are the basis for a large number of advances in artificial intelligence in recent years.