A Bengaluru-based company is giving ChatGPT subscriptions to its employees as a productivity boost amid concerns that OpenAI’s artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot, ChatGPT, may replace human workers. Capitalmind’s Vashistha Iyer, the chief operating officer, recently made a statement on Twitter in which he stated that the company is paying for its employees’ ChatGPT Plus subscriptions.
Earlier this month, ChatGPT Plus subscriptions were introduced in India. The monthly fee for the subscription plan is $20. Access to ChatGPT is available to everyone, even during peak hours. Additionally, ChatGPT Plus customers will have quicker response times and get priority access to new additions and upgrades, such as the most recent GPT-4 version.
Iyer claims in a tweet that ChatGPT increases productivity by five times. He writes in the tweet, “Going from a hunch to a comprehensive analysis normally unachievable without coding is now accessible to everyone. According to him, AI chatbots would make jobs like junior analysts “obsolete,” leaving no room for “mediocrity.”