ChatGPT and Beyond: The AI Wave Reshaping Industries and Ethical Boundaries
ChatGPT is turning heads everywhere with its knack for crafting inventive and knowledgable replies to user inquiries.
Accessible via a web interface and app, users can ask a question and get an answer in near real time.
Beyond this, the tech arena is buzzing with variations like Dall-E, known for art creation. The ripple effects of these technologies could be game-changing across various sectors, notably in creative domains like journalism and fiction writing.
Yet, it comes with a lot of concerns, particularly around the ownership of images and data processed by these AI models. While ChatGPT is a handy tool for quick info, a layer of due diligence in source verification is also a crucial concern.
Some academic institutions have put a hard stop on ChatGPT usage due to the hurdles in distinguishing AI-generated material. And as these tools edge their way into realms like job recruiting, ethical deliberations are sprouting concerning their sole reliance for decision-making.
Robin Christopherson, who works for AbilityNet in the UK, and is the director of Clear Talents, told Steven Scott about his hopes and fears for the new technology.