The survey showed that 30% of professionals have tried using ChatGPT at work
sSome early adopters are already experimenting with generative AI software ChatGPT in the office. In a matter of seconds, consultants are conjuring up decks and memos, marketers are making a new copy and software engineers are debugging software.
Nearly 30% of the nearly 4,500 professionals surveyed this month by Fishbowl, a social platform owned by employer review site Glassdoor, said they had Already using ChatGPT from OpenAI Or another artificial intelligence program in their work. Respondents include employees at Amazon, Bank of America, JPMorgan, Google, Twitter, and Meta. The chatbot uses Generative artificial intelligence to issue human-like responses to prompts in seconds, but because it’s been trained on publicly available information from the Internet, books, and Wikipedia, the answers aren’t always accurate.
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While ChatGPT set certain corners of the internet ablaze when it was launched for public use in November, the awareness still moved to the general public. Experts predict that this type of AI will be transformative: ChatGPT will become typing calculator says a senior economist at Stanford University. Microsoft is in talks with OpenAI about the investment As much as 10 billion dollars. The software giant is also looking to integrate GPT, the language model that underlies ChatGPT, into its widely used Teams and Office software. If that happens, AI technology may be brought into the mainstream.
Marketing professionals were particularly keen to test the tool: 37% said they had used AI at work. Tech workers were not far behind, at 35%. It was followed by counselors at 30%. Many use technology to craft emails, generate ideas, write and troubleshoot pieces of code, and summarize research or meeting notes.
CEOs use ChatGPT to brainstorm and write their emails as well. “Anyone who doesn’t use this will soon be at a disadvantage. Very soon. Very soon,” said Jeff Magioncalda, CEO of online learning platform Coursera. he told CNN. “I am only thinking about my cognitive ability using this tool. Compared to the previous one, it is much higher, and my efficiency and productivity are much higher.”
The speed and versatility of the tool has impressed many users. “I discovered ChatGPT about a month ago,” says a person who introduces himself as the CEO Spread on FishBowl. “I use it every day. It changed my life. And my employment plan for 2023.”
Some even count on it as a crutch: A newly hired product manager at a fintech firm asked for advice on FishBowl, saying they were “100% lost” in their new role. “Lie until you do it I also did the interview. When in doubt, ask ChatGPT,” came the reply.
Amidst the excitement, the researchers sounded notes of caution.
While much of the concern focused on what ChatGPT meant for education – New York City Public schools have banned its use — experts say companies need to Think through their policies for the new tool sooner rather than later. If they don’t, they risk some of the pitfalls that ChatGPT and other AI models can present, such as factual errors, copyright infringement, and leaks of sensitive company information.
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However, the technology is here to stay, and it is likely to become more widespread than ever. Many AI-powered programs already exist, and with OpenAI set to release its Application Programming Interface, or Application Programming Interface, the number of specialized applications built on the tool will double.
While some professionals aren’t sold on the practicality of use cases or quality of output, others are convinced that workers are only a few years away from being replaced by technology. If ChatGPT starts creating segments, I finished to orderwrote a Deloitte employee. (Two others wrote: “Sorry bro…already exists.”)
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