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Friday, June 2, 2023



Gone are the days of dirty and repetitive jobs being automated. Now, even high-paid professionals are feeling the heat. Journalists, teachers, lawyers, and even doctors are worried that ChatGPT will replace them or reduce their income. And who can blame them? ChatGPT is a product of OpenAI, a research organization that aims to create machines that can perform any intellectual task that humans can. That's right, any task. So, what's next? ChatGPT performing brain surgery? I wouldn't be surprised.

But fear not, my fellow humans. There are still jobs that ChatGPT cannot do (yet). Jobs that require physical labor, emotional intelligence, creativity, or human interaction. And some people are taking advantage of this fact. Take, for example, the former journalist who now works as a dog walker. Sure, it may not be as glamorous as writing articles for a living, but at least they get to enjoy the fresh air and the company of furry friends. Or how about the former teacher who now works as an air conditioner repair technician? They get to fix broken units and cool down customers while ChatGPT is stuck behind a screen. And let's not forget about the former lawyer who now works as a clown. Yes, you read that right. A clown. They entertain children at birthday parties and make them laugh. Who needs legal advice when you have a balloon animal?

But let's not get too carried away with the job-switching frenzy. After all, ChatGPT is here to stay, and it's only getting smarter. Some experts predict that it could eliminate up to 40% of jobs in the next decade. That's a lot of people out of work. So, what can we do to cope with the rise of ChatGPT? Well, some are trying to adapt and learn new skills. Some are trying to compete and differentiate themselves from the AI chatbot. And some are trying to collaborate and leverage its capabilities.

But let's face it, none of us can compete with a machine that can understand and generate natural language responses to text prompts. So why not embrace it? Let ChatGPT do the dirty work while we focus on what we do best: being human. We have emotions, creativity, and empathy. We can connect with others on a deeper level than any machine ever could. So let's use that to our advantage.

Who knows, maybe in the future, ChatGPT will even write funny articles like this one. But until then, let's enjoy our human quirks and let ChatGPT walk the dogs and fix the air conditioners. After all, we don't want it getting too big for its digital boots now, do we?

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