If you work at an Apple Store, you have less chance of losing your job than if you program for the iPhone 15, according to GPT-4

ChatGPT has crept in everywhere. On the iPhone via a shortcut with Siri. On the Apple Watch with the Petey app. And, of course, across Microsoft’s entire Office suite, including the Bing and Edge browsers. But this is just the beginning of a new era, a mere tool: GPT-4 is incredibly capable. And as they confirm from OpenAI in an officially released document, it has the capacity to replace thousands of jobs.

GPT-4 includes the ability to post 25,000 words on any topic, among other new features. You can compose poems and songs, create recipes, create exercise plans and interpret pictures. But the most relevant – and disturbing – facet lies in what they call “exhibits”.a measure of the time it takes GPT to learn to perform a human-performed task in at least 50% of the time it would take a human.

GPT-4 has the potential to affect thousands of jobs

Within the above exposures, there are three variables, E0, E1 and E2, depending on the exposure area. The team made up of professionals OpenAI analyzed 19,262 tasks and 2,087 work processes from the OnetCenter database that describes the basics of all these jobs.

By describing all of these roles, OpenAI was able to calculate how many of these jobs would require additional software, could be run using current LLMs (Large Language Models), or They could just be emulated without GPT being exposed. That is, the results presented would be indistinguishable from what a person might perform.


And the results are frightening: there are professions such as mathematicians, financial advisors and analysts, notaries and magistrates, copywriters and copywriters, programmers or web interface designers. with 100% exposure. That means GPT could replace them in performing all their main tasks. The working muscle of these positions could be swapped out for GPT-4 and the results would not change significantly. The first conclusion is of course interesting:

“Our analysis suggests that people with bachelor’s, master’s, and professional degrees are more exposed to GPT and GPT-based software than those with no formal education.”

Ironically, these jobs that require longer training also help GPT train. GPT-4 passes most law, biology, or pure math exams with the highest score, but continues to fail creative and service assignments. It’s a big step: GPT has been evolving since 2018 and in just under five years, it is already able to perform “human performance” in more than twenty scenarios.

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Are you programming routines, software or performance tests for the future iPhone 15? GPT-4 could handle it. Advice hand in hand and wrap the same iPhone 15 in wrapping paper from an app store? Better, of course, a flesh-and-blood man.

Professions such as bus drivers, agricultural machine operators, athletes, cooks, mechanics, plumbers, electricians, bricklayers or woodworkers, You have nothing to fear. Not even the intermediate roles that interact more directly with people.. GPT has no physical labor qualities, of course: that would depend on how these AIs are implanted on a capable android in a theoretical future.

In Applesphere | I swapped out Chrome for the Edge browser (with Bing ChatGPT built-in) and my 2017 Mac works now

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