When It Comes to Work: Is ChatGPT Helpful or Harmful?
At this point, we’ve all heard of ChatGPT. It’s an AI-based text-generation platform that has the potential to revolutionize the way creatives write content. This artificial intelligence that allows you to type language-based prompts has quickly captured creatives’ attention while also setting off alarm bells. Are bots replacing humans in the workplace?
We’re not an automated company, which means you’re safe from bots with us. We talked with one of our star recruiters, Camille Burkett, who clued us in on her thoughts on all things AI.
ChatGPT isn’t new to the scene, but its rapid growth has signaled concern, and not for the reasons you might think: replacing writers, marketers, and creatives alike. Camille believed the software was released prematurely and is a huge flop. One of the co-founders of the software shared the same sentiment during an interview with Forbes: “No one would say this was a great, well-integrated product yet.” Well said, dude.
The tool has many shortcomings and has had several error messages. Its lackluster functionality paired with defective bugs should ease your anxious thoughts – for now.
Yet how does that explain why AI has become increasingly intertwined with a creative’s job search? We’re seeing more and more interviews with bots instead of humans, lowering the opportunities to have face time with a legit person. Camille reassures creatives that ChatGPT “doesn’t seem at the point yet that recruiters are using it.” Only real people at this creative staffing agency. We take pride in helping humans find work for real people.
Coming in hot with over 100 million monthly users in the first month, ChatGPT holds the record as the fastest-growing app in human history. Whoa there, big fella. The system was obviously popular, but it’s clearly not robots’ prime. Feel free to rest easy when it comes to AI bots. They still have a lot of kinks to work out.
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