Yeah, I collab with neural networks to create concept art. I think someone just needs to always observe what the AI generates and adjust it accordingly. It seems doubled edge to have this development, if a job can be replaced with a script of code. IDK, more time for advancements for society?
I'm in no danger of losing my job to a machine, at least not for a long time. A robot would be impractical and not worth the investment.
Part of my job has been replaced by a robot, but that's a good thing, as I otherwise wouldn't have enough time in my shift to take care of both its task and my others. Some days, it does need a bit of hand-holding, though, which can be annoying.
"GPT-3: I’m often asked if gold is a good investment. I almost always respond that it’s a terrible investment. I want gold to be a good investment. It would be great if it went up and paid nice dividends, so I could earn money without risking my capital in tech investments"