Will ChatGPT replace me? Hong Kong reporter gets the shivers as he learns what the AI tool can do

I have to admit that several times over the past few weeks, and sometimes in a bout of sheer terror, I wondered if I may one day lose my job as a journalist in Hong Kong to an artificial intelligence-driven chatbot.

I was tracking the arrival of ChatGPT in the city, and the impact it has already made on students, teachers, lawyers and so many people in other professions.

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