A survey reveals that ChatGPT is already replacing workers in the US
Fears towards artificial intelligence (AI) on the part of many employees around the world seem to be beginning to take shape since according to data from a recently published survey, one in four companies in the US has already replaced workers with ChatGPT.
ResumeBuilder.com, an online resume creation site, conducted a survey of 1,000 US business leaders and found that several companies across the country have already replaced their workers with ChatGPT, a revolutionary chat-based system. in the AI language model.
“With the emergence of ChatGPT in November 2022, the question of how AI can affect jobs is top of mind for many. The publicly accessible chatbot has many capabilities, including answering questions, creating content, writing code, and more,” the report states.
The survey was conducted in the US in February to see how many companies are currently using or planning to make use of the incredible power of the new virtual phenomenon.
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Key survey results.
- 49% of companies currently use ChatGPT, and 30% plan to use it.
- 48% of the companies that use it say they have replaced workers.
- 25% of the companies that use it have already saved more than $75,000.
- 93% of current users say they plan to expand their use of ChatGPT.
- 90% of business leaders say that experience using this tool is a beneficial skill for job seekers.
Of the organizations currently using the bot created by the OpenAI company, 66% use it for writing code, while 58% use it for copywriting and content creation, 57% for customer support, and 52 % to create meeting summaries or documents.
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Most of the companies consulted also use the bot to facilitate hiring, with 77% saying it helps them write job descriptions, 66% writing interview requests, and 65% responding to requests.
“There is a lot of excitement around the use of ChatGPT. As technology has evolved and replaced many workers in the last few decades, ChatGPT can affect the way we work. As with all new advances, the use of this tool will evolve continuously, and we’re just at the beginning,” said senior career adviser Stacie Haller.
When asked business leaders if this new development will cause more workers to be laid off by the end of 2023, 33% responded “definitely” while 26% responded “probably.”
As this new computing advancement is spreading, workers surely need to think about how it may affect their current job responsibilities. In this regard, Haller stressed that “the use of this software is certainly something that employees and candidates will want to be up to date with, job seekers should certainly add this skill if they have it on their resume, and employers should add it to their resume.” list of required or preferred skills if it’s something they expect from candidates.
She concluded “As seen throughout history, as technology evolves the skills of workers must also evolve and change”