What Can ChatGPT Do For Us? The Full Essence Of The Powerful AI Tool Unveiled

We can bet you’ve come across the term ChatGPT several times in the recent past.

The tool has revolutionized the tech world in more ways than most of us could have ever imagined. And the makers of the program are now reaping the success of their hard work.

But what exactly is this tool used for and what are its capabilities? When you search online, you’ll find a plethora of information that details more on this subject. But to really understand the true essence of the endeavor, we thought it would be interesting to jot down some interesting findings from recent research that we thought would help our users in discovering its unlimited potential.

While some are seeing it as a powerful AI program, others are going as far as deeming it to be the end of the world and the rise of unemployment.

New research studies prove how 40% of individuals are scared that this tool would be responsible for getting rid their jobs and making them penniless. Meanwhile, a staggering 60% feel ChatGPT is great in terms of offering free medical advice and other consultations linked to the health domain.

But only a mere 9% revealed how they would make use of it for the sake of their academic activities and even 57% would enable the tool to jot down their thesis too.

On the other end of the spectrum, 86% feel the tool may be used for the sake of manipulation and population control. A good 63% feel firms should market products on the tool, similar to how they are doing on Google Search.

And then 13% feel it’s the best way to engage in gossip and online flirting, while 22% would make use of it to assist in pretending to be another individual. After that, 17% claim they’d use it to write down wedding speeches while 14% could use it to text partners regarding breakups.

Another shocking incident arose when users actually mistook a poem produced by AI as one made by a leading poet Sylvia Plath.

Coming down to the fears and hopes associated with this type of tool, most online users claim they’ve had a hands-on experience with this AI tool. While 78% have made use of it for various purposes, only 1% say they’ve never heard of it. Out of that 78%, what exactly were people using the tool for was a curious query on many people’s minds.
  • 20%- Searched for information
  • 19%- Produced short-form content
  • 14%- Played around
  • 11%- Searched for recommendations
  • 11%- Academic activities
  • 10%- Writing purposes
Then some made use of it for medical advice and therapy concerns.

Research has gone on to prove how 83% feared that the display information was going to be biased toward minority communities, while another 87% feared such technology could be used to control the population. Furthermore, 70% felt it could enhance the life of humanity in general.

63% feel firms could benefit from marketing purposes while a smaller majority feared the tool is giving rise to providing assistance in terms of pretending to be another identity online.

Now another interesting piece of information is how people really fear for their jobs. And among those that feel they’re going to be replaced very soon, it’s software developers who are at the top of the list.

Next in line are data analysis and customer service types of jobs. And closely following them are content creators and marketers. But again, the tool does come with its fair share of inaccuracies so we don’t think we need to worry too much about that right now.
H/T: Tidio

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