Nearly half of European workers expect AI to ‘significantly’ impact their jobs by 2024

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The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) has sparked widespread worries this year about how it could affect jobs – and now a new survey has found almost half of workers in Europe are predicting a “significant” impact on their job in the next year. Tools like OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard are capable of writing entire articles in relatively natural language, passing exams, and even writing functional code. Meanwhile, artists and graphic designers may be wondering just how far generative AI tools for image creation like Midjourney or DALL·E 2 are going to go in the coming years. OpenAI say…

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