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AI ‘cyber servant’ does your work for free – but using it could get you fired

A BOT doing people’s work for free is becoming increasingly popular online – but using it could cost you.

The so-called ‘cyber servant’ site, called ChatGPT, harnesses the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to complete arduous tasks.


ChatGPT only went live in November and has already received a ton of attentionCredit: the sun

The chat-bot uses technology called generative AI, which can create new, original content using machine learning algorithms.

A growing number of software engineers and marketing executives have admitted on Twitter to getting the AI bot to do their work for them.

They say it is saving them days’ worth of work.

But experts warn that the current trend could be laying the groundwork for these people-filled roles to eventually be replaced by machines.

“As we sit here today, there are only a handful of jobs that generative AI can truly replace, given their limitations around speed, accuracy, and logical reasoning,” TMT analyst at research group Third Bridge, Charlie Miner, told The Sun.

“However, things are changing quickly, and advancements will be measured in months, not just years.”

Marketing, customer service, research, and game design roles are a few wish could soon be replaced.

ChatGPT only went live in November and has already received a ton of attention.

Eccentric billionaire Elon Musk called the bot “scary good” last month, added that the world is “not far from dangerously strong AI”.

Aaron Goldman, chief marketing officer at American advertising giant Mediaocean, told The Sun that it is “inevitable” that we will see people using apps like ChatGPT more often in work.

“And as the usage increases we’ll see more bots arise that specialise in certain tasks,” he explained.

“At the moment it’s unclear if using these bots will put people’s jobs at risk.

“In the coming months and years, we’ll see businesses codify the use of bots in the workplace both in terms of what they should be used for and what they cannot be used for.”

People’s attitudes towards chat bots has warmed over the past few years.

The shift comes as AI technology becomes easier to use and makes its way into homes in the form of smart devices such as Amazon’s Alexa.

“Voice recognition has become ubiquitous and the pandemic has changed our relationship with technology, our experts say the enterprise chatbot industry has leapfrogged forward by a decade in just three years,” added Miner.

“Many new chatbot variants will emerge over the next one to three years, given how the public has responded to ChatGPT, getting over a million users in just five days.”

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