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Embracing AI: Balancing the Benefits and Risks in Our Daily Lives and Workforce

Three years ago, I envisioned AI as a support tool, primarily for decision-making. Since then, AI has evolved in various ways, impacting both our personal and professional lives. With the introduction of ChatGPT in November 2022, AI became more than just a «great toy» – it transformed into a valuable resource for tasks like mortgage scenario analysis, grammar checks, and even creating job descriptions.

One of the major improvements AI brought was the ability to streamline our workshops and job description processes. Previously, our team spent around 1 hour per day on crafting job descriptions and a whopping 8 hours on workshop analytics. With ChatGPT, we were able to reduce the time spent on these tasks significantly. By summarizing complex workshops and generating well-structured job descriptions, we saved countless hours and improved our overall efficiency.

AI’s potential for simplifying daily tasks quickly caught on, and its applications expanded rapidly. My friends and I fed market data from 2019 to 2021 into ChatGPT, and within seconds, we received insightful analyses and Excel formulas for progression analytics. We managed to save a full day’s worth of work, showcasing the power of AI in streamlining our workflow.

However, there are concerns about AI’s impact on job security. A recent Goldman Sachs survey revealed that some countries have experienced significant job losses due to AI, particularly for those working in front of a monitor. This raises the question of whether or not we should regulate AI’s development and integration into our workforce.

While stopping AI’s progress is not a viable option, given its potential to revolutionize industries like healthcare and drug discovery, we must find ways to balance its benefits and risks. Regulation is necessary to ensure that AI continues to enhance our lives without threatening our job security. It’s crucial to strike the right balance between embracing AI’s potential and mitigating its negative consequences on the workforce.

YES, the text above was created by ChatGPT-4 based on my voice speech. So, I spoke a description of what I wanted to say in plain words into my phone. Next, voice recognition converted my words into text, and GPT crafted the story. I posted it here, and the entire process take only 1 minute and 37 seconds! WOW WOW WOW!


Опубликовано в digital