10 roles that chatgpt is most likely to replace.

Tech jobs

Tech jobs such as software developers, web developers, computer programmers, coders, and data scientists are "pretty amenable" to AI technologies "displacing more of their work," Madgavkar said.

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Media jobs

Media jobs across the board — including those in advertising, technical writing, journalism, and any role that involves content creation — could be affected by ChatGPT and similar forms of AI

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Legal industry jobs

legal services jobs had already been highly exposed to AI automation before the advent of new AI tools, Manav Raj, an author of the Goldman study, told Business Insider.

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Market research analysts

Market research analysts are responsible for collecting data, identifying trends within that data, and then using what they found to design an effective marketing campaign or decide where to place advertising.

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Teachers

Teachers across the country are worried about students using ChatGPT to cheat on their homework, but according to Pengcheng Shi, an associate dean in the Department of Computing and Information Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology, they should also be thinking about their job security.

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Finance jobs

AI can identify trends in the market, highlight what investments in a portfolio are doing better and worse, communicate all that, and then use various other forms of data

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Traders

Experts say ChatGPT could upend jobs across a range of Wall Street industries, from trading to investment banking.

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Graphic designers

In a Harvard Business Review post published in December 2022, three professors pointed to DALL-E, an AI tool that can generate images in seconds, as a potential disruptor of the graphic design industry

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Accountants

Accounting is generally viewed as a stable profession, but even employees in this industry could be at risk.

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Customer service agents

You've probably already experienced calling or chatting with a company's customer service department and having a robot answer. ChatGPT and related technologies could continue this trend.

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