Which engineering jobs will Chat GPT and AI Kill?
By - Kaustubh • 1 month ago • 9.1k views
The Chat GPT has taken the world by storm. Many of my engineering friends believe that Chat GPT and upcoming AI tools from Google (like Google BARD) will replace the need for software engineers.
No one knows for sure; but just the first iteration of the AI model seems to be damn interesting. The other day, I asked Chat GPT to write a code snippet for me in
php and it did a pretty good job; saving me at least 2 hours of research on popular coding forums.
The first version of the ChatGPT is already capable of replacing entry-level software engineers.
Plus, Chat GPT can also find out bugs in your code and report them in seconds. I wonder what the 4th, 5th and 10th generation of this AI will look like.
Let me know your thoughts on this. I think Chat GPT will replace entry level software engineering, quality assurance engineering and IT admin jobs.
Possibilities are immense; but ChatGPT and other AI tools are not going to be accurate always. For example, it cannot answer who is the best physician near me. It's going to be a tough exercise for the AI makers to balance the user experience and the business aspect.
It's too early to arrive at a conclusion, it seems. But it's something we'll have to follow very closely.
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