The rapid rise of ChatGPT has spawned equal proportions of hype, horror, and hope about the potential of artificial intelligence.
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Here’s a sample of the surging headlines about AI from just one day, most triggered by the ChatGPT phenomenon (emphasis added):
⦁ Experts warn AI likely to kill off jobs—and widen wealth inequality (The Guardian)
⦁ Microsoft CEO says AI will create more jobs (CBS)
⦁ 6 Jobs Artificial Intelligence Is Already Replacing… (Yahoo Finance)
⦁ How Artificial Intelligence Can Boost Diversity & Inclusion (Forbes.com)
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⦁ Can Artificial Intelligence Help Detect Lung Cancer? (Healthline.com)
And my favorite: “Can pigeons match wits with artificial intelligence?” (Science Daily)
ChatGPT, an AI application that allows machines to write and respond in uncannily humanlike ways, reached 100 million users in about two months. This makes it the fastest-growing app in history, according to a report from UBS cited by Reuters. The Swiss banking firm said TikTok took nine months to reach the same number of users; Instagram, two and a half years.
In short, ChatGPT and other AI tools are seemingly everywhere—and viewed as everything from a priceless gift to an existential threat.
Clearly, we’re still early in the “hype cycle” of both inflated expectations and fears. But this much we can be sure of: In a world increasingly driven by artificial intelligence, we’ll need humans at the wheel more than ever.
It would be far smarter to simply accept AI’s rise as a fact—and then spend that energy finding ways to integrate it into our lives in productive, positive ways.
History includes many cases in which tech creates as many occupations as it eliminates. What’s different this time is that the robots aren’t just on the factory floor—they’re headed for the front office, as AI systems overlap with the tasks now handled by accountants, lawyers, and other college-educated professionals.[…]
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