Will ChatGPT take my job? Experts reveal the five professions at most risk from AI

by Lindsey Francy Feb 5, 2023 News
Will ChatGPT take my job? Experts reveal the five professions at most risk from AI

The article was published on February 5, 1943.

Artificial intelligence could be used to automate millions of jobs, sparking fears.

The impact of artificial intelligence will be felt across many sectors within the next three years, according to Zak Saidi, creative director and lead of the artificial intelligence department at IZSRI.

He said he uses artificial intelligence to detect social media trends.

It took TikTok nine months to reach 100 million users, but just two months after launch, it hit 100 million users.

Which jobs are most likely to be eliminated? How quickly could it occur?

An expert says the most talented human writers will still be sought after despite the fact that copywriters could soon be out of work.

Saidi thinks that people who produce online copy could be the first to fall in the revolution.

There is a lot of industry talk about the replacement of content writers by artificial intelligence.

When generating more content, we expect more tech-savvy small businesses to use chatGPT and its artificial intelligence counterparts.

The company said earlier this year that it would use the service.

Last month, a tech site faced controversy after it was revealed that it had used artificial intelligence. The articles were found to have errors.

Tens of thousands of clients have already used Jasper's software to create their own content

Saidi said that the future isn't as bad for highly skilled copywriters.

Human creativity can't be replaced. He explained that the current form of ChatGPT produces generic content.

A lot of businesses will turn to artificial intelligence to provide their content writing services as this tech develops in its sophistication.

Saidi believes that artificial intelligence will lead to serious job losses.

He said that checkout staff, customer service assistants and personal shoppers are being replaced by artificial learning technology.

The company said it acquired Skip to give retailers immediate relief from their labor challenges.

Saidi says that artificial intelligence gives workers the time to take on more managerial and creative roles.

There are only so many retail store managers that can do the job.

It is possible to write computer code in languages such as Python.

The code in the demonstration is in response to the prompt.

Openai makes a different version of Codex, which is used in Microsoft's Copilot.

Saidi believes that such technology could have a huge impact on developers and experts.

He continued, "Now, this is where we can start to get a bit concerned, even with applications that are still in their infancy."

A human is able to solve complex errors in sequence of code infinitely faster than a CHATGPT.

The role of supporting software engineers is being thrown into question by this.

Even though you still need a human to plan out a software development project, the role that would have been previously reserved for junior software engineers can now be done with the help of ChatGPT.

Hundreds of developers are being hired to train the artificial intelligence to code better.

Saidi says that the use of artificial intelligence could affect the jobs of cybersecurity professionals.

Around 2 million new images are created every day with the help of tools such as Dall-E.

Designers, illustrators and visual artists could be affected by graphic art tools.

The company said last year that it generated 2 million images a day.

There was controversy when Midjourney won an art competition.

The maker of Stable Diffusion is accused of copying millions of its images by a stock image company.

According to Saidi, the ability to produce images cheaply and quickly will make it very tempting for small businesses without a budget to pay for graphic designers, artists or illustrators.

It puts the role of graphic designers into question. The imagery can be generic and difficult to refine, but with some work you can make some stunning visuals.

Human creativity will always be at the core of design, with some creatives looking to artificial intelligence for artistic inspiration, rather than a replacement for their assistant, according to many.

Saidi thinks that this technology will create new roles in tech companies.

He predicts that a huge recruitment drive in the tech industry will pick up a lot of retail and admin staff that have been displaced by the introduction of artificial intelligence.

The director of The Bridge, part of Morson Group, says that there will be winners andlosers in the industrial revolution 3.0.

Roles that need face to face interaction and physical skills will be the most resilient. Human understanding of the task and human ability to deliver it will be relied on by trades, such as plasterers, electricians, mechanics, etc.

In healthcare, we will still need doctors, nurses, dentists, and many other specialist practitioners.

The biggest threat in the knowledge economy is the technology that follows.

The ability to teach how to behave and what to do is the equivalent of a toddler.

With every interaction and interaction we give it, it is learning more and more.

The jobs that are replaced or evolve the fastest are dependent on how people use the technology.

Whether this tech becomes a threat or an opportunity is all down to who is using it and how, as a force, it has the potential to be a Jedi.