From an artificial point of view
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New technologies always evoke mixed feelings. On one hand, they promise conveniences and progress. On the other, they cause anxiety and distrust. The same goes for artificial intelligence systems, which have been booming recently. But are they really changing our lives for the better?
Just think about ChatGPT, which can write articles, provide expert advice, and answer questions better than many humans, all in the blink of an eye. No wonder TechRadar tech portal reports a growing wave of companies blocking this tool. Concerns over data security and reputation outweigh the potential benefits. According to a BlackBerry report, as many as 66% of surveyed organizations intend to completely ban employees from using ChatGPT and similar programs.
Nature portal states that already every third surveyed postdoc uses chatbots, most often for proofreading and generating texts. Artificial intelligence significantly speeds up work and allows savings on costly editing services. For many young scientists with English as their second language, it is simply indispensable.
Artificial intelligence can both help and harm. Everything depends on what and how we use it for. For hackers and criminals, chatbots are a goldmine. It's enough to ask ChatGPT to generate a convincing text message requesting credit card data, and already 15% of people would fall for it, as a study shows. Even more would believe a fabricated social media post.
Artificial intelligence is increasingly entering the world of finance, offering personalized tools for managing budgets or investments. For many people this is an enormous convenience. However, there are also voices that excessive reliance on algorithms leads to dehumanization of this sphere of life.
As you can see, the impact of artificial intelligence on our daily lives is huge and ambiguous. On one hand, it facilitates many tasks, saves time and increases efficiency. On the other, it carries threats from loss of privacy to addiction to technology. The most important thing is to keep a healthy mindset and distance. To treat chatbots and algorithms as aids, not substitutes for human creativity and empathy. Only then will artificial intelligence really change our lives for the better.
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