I got an AI chatbot to do my job for me. Here’s what happened next

I wanted to know what the fuss is all about with the new ChatGPT app. I asked it to write an op-ed, and the results raise interesting questions about what the future of work will look like.

While AI is expected to replace 85 million jobs worldwide by 2025, there are some jobs that it just can't replace. PHOTO: PIXABAY
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It’s that time of the year: many people are on holiday and no one’s in the mood to work. If students can easily find essay writing services to do their homework, surely there must be help for working professionals like myself?

Enter the ChatGPT chatbot by OpenAI, an artificial intelligence (AI) research company co-founded by Mr Elon Musk. The app has taken the Internet by storm, as users rave about its uncanny proficiency at writing everything from school essays to career-saving code:

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