According to a new study, coworkers who work closely with artificial intelligence are more likely to suffer from loneliness, binge drinking, and insomnia than counterparts who work directly with humans.
When ChatGPT was released last year, it quickly became clear that artificial intelligence was here to stay. Users from all over the world flocked to utilise the chatbot, which can replicate human discussions, while certain companies prepared to integrate the technology into routine work.
In March, a Goldman Sachs report projected that generative AI might affect and replace 300 million occupations globally. The Artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT, according to a different report by Challenger, Grey & Christmas, might take the place of at least 4.8 million American jobs.
After working at an investment bank that uses AI, Pok Man Tang, an assistant professor of management at the University of Georgia, started a study to look into how Artificial intelligence affects human workers. According to the study, people who work closely with AI are more likely to engage in binge drinking and experience insomnia than their non-AI-using counterparts.