Artificial intelligence bot almost lands human job after genius ChatGPT reply in interview
A CHATBOT has almost landed a job after providing a detailed and intelligent answer during a digital job interview.
The answer was provided by the AI chatbot called ChatGPT and was so convincing that it was shortlisted for an in-person interview.
The process started after a company called Schwa started accepting applications from various people.
Neil Taylor, who owns the business, thought that the opening presented a good opportunity to see how far a chatbot can go in these situations.
He thought ChatGPT, a computer program powered by artificial intelligence, was refined enough to trick hiring managers, making them believe that the answer was provided by a real person.
ChatGPT’s answer ended up being so thorough and effective that it made it to the next round of interviews.
The job posting prompt asked for applicants to provide “in 300 words, tell us the secret of good writing.”
The chatbot was said to provide an answer that was elaborate, concise, easy to read and that answered the prompt’s question in full.
“The secret to good writing is simple: tell a good story,” reads the chatbot’s response.
“At its core, writing is about communication and connecting with your audience.
“And the best way to do that is by telling a story that resonates with them.
“Good writing is about more than just stringing together a bunch of words and hoping they’ll stick.”
ChatGPT has been making waves for its impressive and human-like writing skills.
A popular news outlet has been publishing articles written by AI since November, keeping it on the down low.
Tech media site CNET has been publishing the articles since November, and lots of readers don’t seem to have noticed.
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