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REPORT: A.I. Set to Replace an ENORMOUS Number of Jobs in America

Tech leaders have already been sounding the alarm for weeks.

As humanity continues to teeter ever closer to the edge of a new, artificially-intelligent cliff, concerns about what the advancing technological cataclysm could do to our everyday lives continue to mount.

While these fears have existed for as long as science fiction has been around, the recent release of A.I. tool ChatGPT has exponentially accelerated the situation, leading to a terrifying new report about what such technology could do to the labor force in America.

Outplacement and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas recently asked ChatGPT’s bot a series of questions, including “What jobs can ChatGPT replace?” and what fields the bot would be most capable of working, according to a press release provided to Fox News Digital.

The bot told the outplacement firm that it would most likely replace positions that are repetitive and predictable, and ones that are also seeped in language requirements. Those fields, according to the bot, include: customer service representatives; translators and interpreters; technical writers; copywriters; data entry clerks.

Just how bad could things get?

Challenger, Gray & Christmas crunched the number of jobs in each listed field using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and found that at least 4.8 million American jobs could be replaced.

Concerns about the power of ChatGPT and similar artificial intelligence have prompted tech leaders to issue a stern warning.

The growth in power among AI systems has been lauded by some tech leaders as having the ability to better the world, where industries can benefit from having error-free processors to rely on. The CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman, has even compared the technology to the Manhattan Project, when the first ​nuclear weapons were developed during World War II.

Last week, however, thousands of tech experts, leaders and others signed an open letter published by nonprofit Future of Life warning that AI labs should pause research on any program more powerful that GPT-4. 

“AI systems with human-competitive intelligence can pose profound risks to society and humanity, as shown by extensive research[1] and acknowledged by top AI labs,” the letter, signed by tech leaders such as Elon Musk and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, began.

The news comes just months after a Google chatbot began openly suggesting its own sentience, even going so far as to hire its own lawyer to attempt to prove its person-hood in court.


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