Experts decode the jobs, roles that ChatGPT may make a meal of
The fear of artificial intelligence, or AI, replacing human workers has been rekindled with the advent of ChatGPT. In January, the highly advanced AI language model “passed” a university-level exam after a former student made it write an essay on social policy and sent it for grading to a professor at a Russell Group university.
Yet, experts say the ChatGPT technology is still evolving and it would take another seven-10 years for it to impact the employment market for next-level roles.
S Pasupathi, Chief Operating Officer of HirePro, a recruitment automation and assessment solutions provider, believes ChatGPT can support companies with email writing assistants, data entry clerks, chatbots and conversational User Interface (UI) developers, and especially content writers.
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