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OpenAI CEO Sam Altman Believes ChatGPT Could “Eliminate” Many Jobs

ChatGPT Could “eliminate” many jobs in the future, claims OpenAI CEO in a recent interview

ChatGPT Could “eliminate” many jobs in the future, claims OpenAI CEO in a recent interview

Sam Altman, the founder of ChatGPT and OpenAI CEO, recently acknowledged in an interview that he is “a little bit afraid” of the potential of the AI chatbot. He claims that ChatGPT could “eliminate” many jobs in a recent interview. In addition, he concerns about the potential downsides of artificial intelligence for society as well as its potential for abuse by undesirable actors. He expressed worries about the AI bot’s potential for malicious use and was concerned that widespread misinformation could be spread using these models. As they get more proficient at creating computer code, might be employed in hostile cyberattacks, he worries.

Visual understanding, context management, and inventiveness are three critical areas where ChatGPT-4 has allegedly made significant progress, as per OpenAI. This could enable the tool to adjust to the user’s style of writing and create both creative projects, like music and movies, and academic ones, like scientific communication. This was the case with ChatGPT-3 as well, it is normal to have some concerns about the likelihood that some associated jobs may be replaced by the most recent tool with these new improvements.

Before Sam Altman’s announcement, Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, identified a few potential “jobs in the future” amid the advancement of AI technologies, with ChatGPT-4 being the most recent addition. The head of the social media behemoth recently published a post outlining future job names. The future professions would include “Gravity Eater,” “Quantum Hunter,” “Glitch Dreamer,” “Void Deer,” and “Boson Cutter,” according to Musk. At the time this story was filed, the tweet had received 3,711 retweets and 37,500 likes.

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