Interviewing ChatGPT On What’s Next For Human Work

I asked ChatGPT about its potential threats to jobs and how humans can compete with AI generated content. It provided telling insights and some good advice. Note: All dialogue verbatim.

Image created with Midjourney,a startup that uses the Discord network to generate AI-fueled images. Command input: "/imagine a robot in a chair talking to a human with a clipboard" is a good distillation. [1]

GPT-3, write a headline for an article on how you are affecting human work.

How Chatbots Like GPT-3 Are Revolutionizing the Workplace and Changing the Nature of Human Work

GPT-3, write three paragraphs on why you are a threat to human work.

There are several reasons why ChatGPT, or any other large language model, could be considered a threat to human work. Firstly, language models like ChatGPT have the ability to generate human-like text, which means they can potentially be used to automate tasks that previously required human language skills. This could include tasks such as customer service, content creation, and even some forms of journalism.

Secondly, language models like ChatGPT can learn and adapt quickly, which means they can continue to improve their performance over time. This makes them a more attractive option for companies and organizations looking to automate their processes, as they can potentially provide better and more consistent results than human workers.

Thirdly, the use of language models like ChatGPT raises concerns about the displacement of human workers. As these models become more advanced and more widely used, it is possible that they could replace human workers in a variety of industries, leading to job losses and economic disruption. This could have serious consequences for individuals and communities, and it is an issue that needs to be carefully considered as the use of language models becomes more prevalent.

GPT-3, write three paragraphs on how humans can compete with you.

Despite the potential threat posed by ChatGPT to human work, there are still ways in which humans can compete with the language model. One of the key ways in which humans can compete is by leveraging their unique abilities and skills that ChatGPT cannot replicate. For example, humans have the ability to think creatively and to come up with novel ideas and solutions to problems, something that ChatGPT is not currently capable of. Additionally, humans have the ability to empathize with others and to understand and respond to emotional cues, something that ChatGPT is not capable of doing.

Image created with Midjourney, a startup that uses the Discord network to generate AI-fueled images. Command input: “/imagine a robot in a chair talking to a human with a clipboard” is a good distillation. [1]

Another way in which humans can compete with ChatGPT is by continuing to develop and improve their own skills and knowledge. As ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence, it is limited by the data and information that it has been trained on. If humans can continue to learn and grow, they can stay ahead of ChatGPT by gaining expertise and knowledge in areas that the language model does not have access to. This could include specialized fields or knowledge of specific industries, for example.

Finally, humans can also compete with ChatGPT by working together and forming partnerships. By collaborating and pooling their skills and knowledge, humans can create solutions and ideas that are beyond the capabilities of ChatGPT. This could include working together to come up with new products or services, or to find innovative ways to solve complex problems. By working together, humans can leverage their unique abilities and skills to create solutions that are beyond the reach of ChatGPT.

GPT-3, write one paragraph on ways you can help humans to solve new problems.

Chatbots, like GPT-3, can help humans solve new problems in several ways. First, they can assist with data gathering and analysis by quickly sorting through large amounts of information and presenting it in an organized manner. This can help humans to identify patterns and trends that they might not have noticed on their own. Additionally, chatbots can provide insights and suggestions based on their training and previous experiences, which can help humans to approach problems from a new perspective. Finally, chatbots can automate routine tasks and free up humans to focus on more complex and creative problem-solving tasks.

GPT-3, what are three things humans should do now to prepare for a world of work affected by artificial intelligence?

  1. Humans should continuously learn and adapt to new technologies and developments in the field of artificial intelligence, as this will help them to stay relevant and competitive in a rapidly changing job market.
  2. Humans should focus on developing and honing their unique skills and abilities, as these will be increasingly valuable in a world where many routine tasks can be automated by AI.
  3. Humans should also prioritize developing strong communication and collaboration skills, as these will be essential for working effectively with AI and other humans in a team environment.

Gary A. Bolles is the author of “The Next Rules of Work: The mindset, skillset, and toolset to lead your organization through uncertainty,” and Chair for the Future of Work with Singularity University

[1] Full Midjourney command input: /imagine a shiny silver human-looking robot sitting in a chair facing a bald male human with no beard wearing glasses and sitting in a chair holding a clipboard, retro futurism, cinematography, photorealistic, epic composition Unreal Engine, Cinematic, Color Grading, Wide Angle, Depth of Field, hyper-detailed, beautifully color-coded, insane details, intricate details, beautifully color graded, Photography, Photoshoot, Depth of Field, DOF, Moody Lighting, Cinematic Lighting, Studio Lighting, Soft Lighting, Volumetric, Contre-Jour, Beautiful Lighting, Global Illumination, Ray Tracing Reflections, Lumen Reflections, Screen Space Reflections, Diffraction Grading, Chromatic Aberration, Ray Tracing Ambient Occlusion, VFX, SFX, insanely detailed and intricate, hypermaximalist, elegant, hyper realistic, super detailed, dynamic pose, photography, 8k, –v 4 –q 2 

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