Microsoft ChatGPT has the potential to replace white-collar jobs says IBM Chief


IBM Chief felt ChatGPT, an OpenAI developed a platform of Microsoft, has the potential to replace white-collar jobs such as insurance consultants, lawyers, accountants, computer programmers and admin roles.

Arvind Krishna, the lead of the technology at IBM, predicts that some sort of jobs will replace by AI models and so job steal is predictably possible. However, the chairperson and CEO of the tech giant felt the estimates might turn topsy-turvy, if those handling and developing the tech handle it in a more matured way.

Meaning, AI will play a role of a bridge between humans and machines and surely provide optimal results that weren’t witnessed all these days or from the beginning of the tech usage in late 90s.

Now coming to the big question, who developed ChatGPT and the answer is as follows-

Mira Murati, the 38-year-old CTO of OpenAI, the firm that owns AI powered ChatGPT. She has a bachelor of engineering degree taken from Thayer School of Engineering in Dartmouth and, after pursuing several jobs in other tech companies, joined as a VP in Open AI in 2018.

Her chat bot has hit several headlines in many countries across the globe and is mostly talked for its misuse by threat actors.

Therefore, it is clear. The tech has no flaw in it and it is the human mind that needs to be put to fault, say experts.


Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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