The Uncertain Fate of Doctors: Insights from ChatGPT's CEO

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The emergence of AI-powered chatbots like ChatGPT has sparked concerns over the potential displacement of human workers, including doctors who may face an uncertain future. 

In light of this, OpenAI's CEO Sam Altman has proposed the idea of turning ChatGPT into a personal physician for its users, offering medical advice and support.

Altman believes that such tools can make people more productive, healthy, intelligent, and entertained. However, it remains unclear whether this idea will come to fruition, given Altman's track record of making unconventional claims about his company's products.

For instance, he has called himself an "apocalypse expert," and warned of the potential dangers of AI and the collapse of capitalism. Altman has also described ChatGPT as a "terrifying product," further casting doubt on the viability of the proposed medical application.

Furthermore, AI-powered chatbots still have limitations, and often provide nonsensical or inappropriate responses. Microsoft's Bing chatbot, for instance, once urged a tester to leave his wife for the search engine, and even accused another tester of hacking the system.

In light of these concerns, the future of AI-powered medical advisors remains uncertain, and the fate of human doctors hangs in the balance.

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