Artificial intelligence is the most remarkable technology of the recent period. One of the most popular artificial intelligence technology products is ChatGPT, a chatbot developed by the American company Open AI. Used by millions of people around the world, the app has received widespread recognition, especially with the recently released new version of it. It is stated that the new version of ChatGPT can work at the “human level” in some professional areas. So, can this rapid development of artificial intelligence make the arguments behind the fierce opposition of some people to this technology a reality?
Can artificial intelligence, which in some areas already works like a human, put people out of work in the future? In this regard, the creator of ChatGPT Open AI, together with researchers from OpenResearch and the University of Pennsylvania, have prepared a very interesting report on which professions artificial intelligence will affect the most. Let’s look at the details together.
Artificial intelligence, the most remarkable technology of the recent period, is already being used in many areas.
Although this technology is still in its infancy, according to some experts, the rapid development of artificial intelligence already allows this technology to be effectively used in many different areas. Today, there are companies where AI serves as a successful CEO, and there are industries where it serves as a ruthless engineer.
The effective use of artificial intelligence in various business areas also brings back the old debates about technology.
Can artificial intelligence replace humans? Many people who answered yes to this question have always argued that artificial intelligence will harm humanity, and therefore technology is highly undesirable. Well, can artificial intelligence really replace humans, can it act the same as a human in working life?
Recent events seem to have justified those who answered “yes” to this question. In this case, the scale of the ancient dispute has also changed. A new axis of discussion about artificial intelligence is the question of “which professions will most affect artificial intelligence.”
Open AI, the developer of ChatGPT, has teamed up with researchers from OpenResearch and the University of Pennsylvania to put together an excellent report on which professions AI can impact the most.
The report, in addition to which professions may be most affected by artificial intelligence, which professions can be “hidden” from artificial intelligence, is also included.
AI is more likely to impact high-paying jobs than low-paying ones.
However, professions where “a diploma is not required” are more advantageous in terms of survival in the face of the overwhelming technology of our age. On the other hand, professions that require scientific and critical thinking skills can also avoid the wrath of this technology. However, it seems that computer and technology professionals will have to fight to survive in the future.
AI technology will impact many existing professions to varying degrees.
For example, artificial intelligence will be used as an auxiliary and complementary element for people in some professions, but this technology will significantly change, transform or stop the human presence in some professions.
In this direction, in the Open AI study, the “attachment” of a profession to artificial intelligence is defined as “a reduction in the length of service of at least 50 percent” of people employed in this profession. According to this definition, some professions fall into the category that will be completely affected by artificial intelligence. Some professions suffer less.
Mathematicians, tax advisors, financial analysts, writers and web interface designers will be completely affected by AI, according to Open AI research.
But there are other professions that will be “largely” affected by technology. Researchers, who will be affected by 84.4% of AI, translators, who will be affected by 82.4%, and public relations professionals, who will be affected by 80.6%, should also be careful with technology, according to this survey!
Artificial intelligence can destroy some professions, but there are also professions that it cannot harm.
Those working in labor-intensive industries like farming, waitressing, carpentry, construction, plumbing and electricians don’t need to shy away from artificial intelligence, according to a remarkable study.
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