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ChatGPT and the future of work

OPINION: We were warned about gradual introduction of AI; it is here with a vengeance, and skills such as creativity and critical thinking are even more valuable.

Sun, 26 Mar 2023

We were warned about artificial intelligence. We were warned about it disrupting many industries. In particular, professionals such as architects, doctors, accountants, lawyers, and consultants would be affected. However, we were told the changes would be gradual, and they were, until late 2022

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