The hottest job in AI right now is “prompt engineering”. It requires people to interact with programs like Google’s Bard or OpenAI’s ChatGPT and convince them to respond in a certain way. There are plenty of high-paying jobs out there besides “AI whisperer”…and you don’t even have to be an engineer to qualify.
Open AI’s ChatGPT has never been talked about since it launched in November. This month, Open AI also announced the launch of GPT4, a sophisticated AI model that comes with ChatGPT Plus subscription. Since its inception, ChatGPT has cleared his MBA exams, product descriptions written for marketing professionals, stand-up his scripts for comedians, code for engineers, and even love letters.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is undoubtedly the future, but there have been concerns that AI tools like ChatGPT will take jobs away from humans. According to Goldman Sachs, his latest wave of AI, which has spawned platforms like ChatGPT, could have his 300 million full-time jobs all over the world automated in some way.
But on the one hand, while there is the threat of shrinking employment, there is also the opportunity to be employed. Companies are now starting to offer his six-figure salary to a select few who know how to use next-gen AI chatbots.
Over the past six months, job platform Fiverr has seen a 1,400% increase in demand for AI-connected services. In addition, many employers are also starting to demand “know how to use ChatGPT” as a skill on their recruitment platform.
Rapid engineering is the hottest job trend in AI
Did you know that some companies pay over $335,000 or Rs 20 million per year to learn how to talk to ChatGPT?
The hottest job in AI right now is prompt engineering. This requires people to interact with programs like Google’s Bard or OpenAI’s ChatGPT and convince them to respond in a certain way. Anthropic hires “rapid engineers” at salaries of up to $335,000 a year, according to a Bloomberg San Francisco-based AI startup report.
One of those rapid engineers, Albert Phelps, who works for a subsidiary of the UK-based Accenture consulting firm, told Bloomberg that the job would require him to serve as an “AI whisperer.”
Also, one of the great things about many of these AI jobs is that people can pursue them regardless of their educational background. So technically, you don’t have to be an engineer to get a high-paying AI job.
Additionally, in the US, companies such as NSM Automation also offer internships for responsive engineers.
Here are some notable AI jobs
According to Manikanth Challa, CEO and founder of Workruit, these are some of the AI jobs in demand.
Organizations are already looking for people with AI skills to enhance their marketing, sales, and business processes with generative AI technology.
Demand for AI skills such as machine learning, deep learning, NLP, robotics and image recognition has increased dramatically globally, with a 30% increase in the US alone, according to the AI Status Report by software developer Tenzai. Expected.
India has not been hit by the ChatGPT wave either.Many companies in India have posted their job requirements on LinkedIn and have added ChatGPT as one of the required skills to apply for a job.
“While some jobs will be automated, new jobs will also be created that require expertise in AI, data analytics and machine learning. Creative problem solving, emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills will be required.” Jobs that do this will continue to be in high demand, and AI tools like ChatGPT may be integrated into various industries to enable workers to work more efficiently and effectively with machines. I have.”
A recent report by TeamLease also noted that there are 45,000 AI job vacancies in India alone as of February 2023, with data scientists and machine learning (ML) engineers being among the most popular careers. .
Accenture Technology Vision 2023, “When Atoms Meet Bits: The Foundations of Our New Reality,” is a report produced from a global survey of 4,777 C-level executives and directors across 25 industries in 34 countries. , 98% of respondents said they agreed that: AI-infrastructure models will play a key role in organizational strategies over the next three to five years.
How can employees stay ahead of ChatGPT?
One thing’s for sure: employees coexisting with AI tools are the future. As such, both employees and companies need to improve their technology skills.
“While some jobs may change due to automation, others will evolve and workers will have to adapt and develop new skills. can also create new job opportunities in the development, training and management of AI.Key to this transition is ensuring that employees have the resources and support they need to retrain and adapt to their new roles. Sumit Sabharwal, CEO of Team Reese HRtech, said:
When asked if ChatGPT will take over human jobs, it said, “Yes, AI can take over human jobs. AI technology continues to improve and evolve, so it can perform tasks previously performed by humans.” For example, AI can automate repetitive and routine tasks, analyze data faster and more accurately than humans, and even perform complex decision-making processes.”
“Overall, AI is likely to continue to play an increasingly important role in the workplace, but is unlikely to completely replace human workers in the near future. It is likely to provide new opportunities for human-machine collaboration,” he added.
Chatbots also added that for humans to stay ahead of AI, they will need to develop skills that complement those of AI.
Sabharwal suggests that employees need to continually acquire and refine their skills and be open to technological breakthroughs.
He added that upskilling is aimed at emerging sectors such as data analytics, AI ethics and ML engineering, embracing adaptability and leveraging the network.
(edit: Shoma Bhattacharjee)
First Published: April 1, 2023 at 10:52 AM IST