GPTs could impact up to 80% of US workforce, with higher income jobs facing the most disruption.
GPTs are useful for programming, but they don't fully automate the profession.
Higher education and income correlate with more exposure to GPTs, while critical thinking roles show a negative correlation, but programmers and writers have more exposure; using tools like co-pilot may make programming easier in the short term, but could lead to oversaturation and lower pay in the long term.
Organizations will use automation to save money and may gradually replace employees without them realizing until it's too late.
Learn new skills to keep up with AI, but some jobs like dishwashing cannot be automated.
GPTs raise concerns about trust, ethics, and safety, but adapting to these new technologies is necessary.