ChatGPT Requires Human Intervention Despite its AI Capabilities

ChatGPT, an AI Chatbot developed by OpenAI and launched in 2022, has sparked widespread debate. Many concerns have been expressed about how this AI technology could potentially replace human jobs and pose a threat in the future. However, contrary to initial expectations, ChatGPT now requires human involvement.

OpenAI, the organization behind ChatGPT, has recently hired new employees and offered them the opportunity to work on the platform. They have filled several positions and are willing to pay up to Rs 3.7 crore for these roles. A senior company official confirmed this information.

The introduction of ChatGPT last year has triggered concerns among many regarding the potential impact on job stability. However, instead of entirely replacing human workers, OpenAI seeks to leverage the expertise and skills of new talent to enhance the platform.

Candidates applying for these positions should have a strong knowledge of coding, machine learning, and other related areas. In return, OpenAI is willing to offer an annual package of up to Rs 3.7 crore to attract suitable candidates.

While the initial fears of job displacement caused by AI technology were present, OpenAI’s decision to hire human talent demonstrates a recognition of the limitations of ChatGPT’s capabilities. By incorporating human intervention, the organization aims to improve the effectiveness and reliability of the Chatbot.

In other news, during Prime Minister Modi’s recent Independence Day speech, he announced the future implementation of 6G technology in India. The details of this plan are yet to be revealed, but it highlights the country’s commitment to embracing advanced technologies to drive progress and development.

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