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After the devaluation of the status of production workers, artificial intelligence arrives and threatens them with a blow

The text generator based on artificial intelligence ChatGPT3 was launched about a month ago by the OpenAI company founded by none other than Elon Musk.

ChatGPT3 is an artificial intelligence computer with psychic abilities.

Summarizing articles, writing summaries, and everything is free - on any topic in the world and with jaw-dropping speed.

A 1,000 word text on colonialism in 19th century Africa?

No problem.

Edward Said style?

with fun

200 concise Zen-style words of Spinoza's theory of dimensions?

you received

And you can also go even further with the imagination.

For example, how Dostoevsky would have written the opening of Camus' "The Stranger".

We are in the midst of a defining event.

The CEO of Google realized the magnitude of the event. He convened his senior executives and ordered them to find a solution within a year, because the direction was clear. At the beginning of the millennium, Google swallowed the search engine market and practically became the home page of the network. The chat bot, ChatGPT3, will not only undermine From her position - he will become a leader, for sure.

In honor of the civil year that has just entered, I asked the chatbot what its effect, that is, the effect of artificial intelligence, will be on our lives in the coming year.

I asked for 200 words in Hemingway style.

And so the machine answered (Google translation):

"The impact of artificial intelligence (AI) in 2023 will be significant and far-reaching. It has already changed many industries and will continue to do so in the coming years. One area where AI will have a major impact is in the workplace. Many jobs currently performed by humans will be automated, Which will lead to significant changes in the labor market.This could lead to widespread unemployment, as well as the need for workers to acquire new skills to remain competitive.

"In the transportation industry, self-driving cars and trucks will become more common, potentially revolutionizing the way we travel. AI will also be used to streamline supply chains, making them more efficient and cost-effective. In healthcare, AI will be used to diagnose and treat patients, as well as perform tasks various administrative tasks. This will allow doctors and nurses to focus on providing high-quality care to their patients, rather than being bogged down in paperwork. The impact of AI in 2023 will be significant and touch almost every aspect of our lives. It has the potential to greatly improve our daily lives, but it is important to carefully consider the The possible consequences of relying on machines to perform tasks previously done by humans."

If the WWW - World Wide Web revolution was Gutenberg on steroids, artificial intelligence will be a revolution at the speed of light.

We are in the midst of a process that is changing the world at a rate we are unable to understand.

The elected officials, the clerks, the regulators - they are all sleeping on their noses.

But it's hard to blame them.

The rate of progress is exponential.

The future consequences are beyond imagination.

Artificial intelligence knows how to write lines of code on a computer much better and more accurately than humans.

What will she do to the programmers?

And the graphic artists?

Prof. Daniel Kahneman, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, claimed in an interview with "Forbes" that machines should replace humans in decision-making - also in the legal system, and perhaps especially.

The accuracy of algorithms in judgments is much more accurate than that of humans.

If artificial intelligence algorithms are allowed to decide criminal cases, it will be possible to reduce both crime and prisons.

"There is no doubt that this is the trend. There are already experiments in China, in its legal system, in which artificial intelligence is used. That's where the world is marching. Algorithms are more successful than humans in many, many roles."

According to Prof. Kahneman, there is no future in the wholesale training of lawyers.

This dystopian vision is still a long way off, but it is getting closer by leaps and bounds.

It's scary.

But there are those who will always need them.

Here is a national mission: to establish a university that will provide its graduates with a general BA, and at the same time - faculties for practical work

When I lived in America, somewhere in the early 1990s, I was a sufferer.

This is one of the periods in my life that I am most proud of.

By the sweat of my brow I ate Dontas.

In America they respect the blue collar ethos.

Craftsmen who get up every morning for their day's work and are proud of their work.

Timberland work boots, leather belt with hammer and screwdrivers, subway metal lunch bag.

But in the Israeli perception in 2023, there is no such ethos.

Hebrew work is not ideal.

All kinds of jobs, from a roofer to a plumber, are considered inferior, outside the repertoire that a Jewish mother wishes for her children.

If there is no false degree to hang on the wall, it is not worth it.

On October 22, 2014, a heated debate broke out at the cabinet meeting between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Minister Silvan Shalom regarding studies in vocational schools. "No one here would send their children or their grandchildren to vocational education," said the minister.

"But it's okay for others to go. When you send your children to these schools, I'll go back on my words. You send them to the best schools, and let others learn welding and tinsmithing," Shalom exclaimed, adding to Netanyahu, "You send your son to be a tinsmith or a welder."

Netanyahu replied: "You live in yesterday's world, today tinsmiths and welders earn a lot of money."

To this Shalom replied: "You want to return me to the world of yesterday. Instead of encouraging young people to go to the academy, you send them to become tinsmiths."

And that's where it goes.

The artificial intelligence revolution will make masses redundant.

There is no lack of lawyers, no lack of construction workers.

It is futile and bad-tempered to send, for example, ultra-Orthodox youth to study law in college.

How many of them will find a good living in the popular Propecia?

Must change diskette.

We have already made such a revolution once.

Zionism in its beginning aspired to make the Jewish diaspora productive.

Manual and soil worker.

And she succeeded in the task, at least temporarily.

A perceptual revolution is required again.

Raising the profile of blue collar workers, those that artificial intelligence cannot replace.

Here's an idea - to establish a blue collar university.

A mission of national importance.

It will provide its graduates with a bachelor's degree in the style of a general BA, with all the wealth of Western thought necessary for an educated person, and at the same time faculties for practical work in fields such as electronics, plumbing, construction, etc.

A university that will also serve all recruits for the police, the Shin Bet and firefighting. Time is pressing, the reality is about to change on all of us. Courage for a return before calamity. 

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Source: israelhayom

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