Since its debut in November, the OpenAI-owned chatbot has impacted the world incredibly. According to a UBS report, it had amassed over 100 million active users by the end of January, making it potentially one of the quickest-growing apps ever.
The rise of ChatGPT and other AI tools has generated a lot of discussion about how they may influence people’s employment. While it is true that certain roles could become obsolete, others could be created as a result. Furthermore, these technologies could intensify competition in some industries while at the same time streamlining many occupations.
In the past, Mark Muro, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, conveyed his views to Insider.
Mark Muro says:
It’s absolutely true that AI applications like ChatGPT can very much improve workers’ lives.
ChatGPT is an AI tool with limitations, which can sometimes supply wrong information. Most companies still need to establish regulations for employees regarding using ChatGPT.
Six workers from various industries, such as education and real estate, have utilized ChatGPT to their advantage, using the technology to simplify tasks and save time. When used appropriately, ChatGPT can be an invaluable resource for employees.
James Crisp, a 39-year-old real estate agent based in New Jersey, declared to Insider that he has ChatGPT as an integral part of his business and uses it daily.
James Crisp says;
“I use ChatGPT to write marketing copy, real estate listings, social media content, build educational topics for my team and so many other things.”
“I take what the AI gives me and make small tweaks to make it my own.”
For those looking to utilize ChatGPT in their workplace, there are a few steps they should take.
James Crisp said:
“Think of things at your current job or in your life that you hate doing.”
“Maybe you don’t like writing emails or don’t know what to say to your boss.”
“ChatGPT can handle that. Think of all the endless mundane activities, and outsource them to AI.”
A realtor with eXp Realty also used ChatGPT for a listing in Iowa that was highlighted in a CNN post.
JJ Johannes informed CNN.
JJ Johannes says:
“It’s not perfect but it was a great starting point.”
“My background is in technology and writing something eloquent takes time. This made it so much easier.”
Johannes, who is tech-savvy, has estimated that the chatbot may save him around 15 to 20 minutes for each listing description. If he continues to employ it and achieves his goal of 50 listings by the end of 2023, this adds up to around 17 hours saved over the year.
He informed Insider that he first employed the chatbot.
JJ Johannes went on to say:
“Basically wordsmith on the marketing side of coming up with a listing description.”
He has not only employed ChatGPT to help him with some of his listings, but he has also utilized it in various social media posts, such as the informational videos he publishes daily on Instagram and LinkedIn.
Tricia LaRue, an experienced marketing professional from Missouri who owns her digital marketing agency, was astonished when she requested ChatGPT to create a press release for one of her clients in December, described in a TikTok video.
Tricia LaRue says:
“It was a really quality press release that literally took 15 seconds to spit out.”
LaRue revealed to Insider that she has been employing ChatGPT daily to create proposals, video scripts, and press releases for the past two months.
Tricia LaRue went on to say:
“It’s helped to increase my efficiency and speed immensely.”
“Use ChatGPT as if it were your personal assistant, and dictate to it as you would a person that you were delegating a task to.”
“The more descriptive you are in the prompt and the more details that are included, the better the output will be from ChatGPT.”
Tricia has some suggestions for those interested in utilizing ChatGPT for their occupations.
James Peacock, a 27-year-old estate lawyer, recently employed ChatGPT to compose legal goodwill for himself. While he commented that the end product wasn’t flawless, he was greatly impressed with the AI’s abilities.
He was astounded by the precision of the AI in his latest blog post. It was almost spot on with its suggestions, achieving a success rate of 99%. Furthermore, it provided advice that he had given to clients before.
After testing ChatGPT for a while, Peacock told Insider that it usually goes “off the rails” and believes his initial experience was “very fortunate.”
James Peacock says:
“When it comes to law, 80% correct isn’t good enough and is unlikely to save much time.”
“Attorneys will still have to review every word.”
He made an unexpected discovery of what he believes is the most practical application of ChatGPT for him, specifically: summarization.
James Peacock went on to say:
“I’ve been copying the content of unreported cases into it and asking for a summary and it’s able to pull out all the key facts and implications of a case, accurately, in seconds.”
“This saves a lot of during research.”
Overall, ChatGPT is revolutionizing the way workers are completing their daily tasks. From legal documents to customer service messages, this bot-writing AI helps them increase their efficiency and productivity while saving time. The AI also ensures accuracy and consistency across the organization’s team as they collaborate using ChatGPT. It eliminates human error with accurate information and sensible suggestions, leading to faster project turnaround.