Will ChatGPT affect oil and gas jobs?

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There is absolutely no doubt that ChatGPT and AI, in general, as it evolves, will impact oil and gas jobs.

Gladney B. Darroh, founder and president of Houston-based Piper-Morgan Search, told Rigzone, adding that it would “reduce people’s general need.”

To understand what’s going to happen in terms of oil and gas, you need look no further than a recent article in the New York Times about the performance of artificial intelligence in more than 275,000 cases of breast cancer — “AI software has matched the performance of radiologists when acting as a second reader.” for mammography examinations. It also reduced radiologists’ workloads by at least 30 percent and the technology increased the cancer detection rate by 13 percent because AI detected more malignancies.

“This is just the beginning of the impact of AI in the healthcare industry. From this article, it makes no sense to clearly understand how the application of AI in healthcare is a precursor to the oil and gas industry.

“The reality is that anything in the energy industry that requires data interpretation, measurement or quantification, AI will be able to do all of that much more accurately and much faster — if not now, then sooner, as in the next five to 10 years, Follow his course.

The founder of Piper-Morgan Search highlighted that he recently contributed to The Rigzone article focuses on the ability of the energy industry to attract enough young peopleHe noted that, at the time, he commented that the oil and gas industry would always come up with the right mix of incentives to get new graduates.

“I still think it’s true,” he told Rigzone.

“However, with the advent of artificial intelligence, in the coming years, the oil and gas industry and many other companies will no longer need to hire people of any experience level at the same historical rate,” he added.

Joshua May, CEO and Technical Recruitment Consultant for HireStrong LLC, an affiliate of Sanford Rose Associates, showed Rigzone that ChatGPT will impact all jobs.

“I think it will affect oil and gas jobs as well,” he said.

He added, “Basically, for now, ChatGPT is great for creating content to release for marketing purposes, job postings, SOPs, etc. Anything written you can get a great outline starts in ChatGPT.”

“However, you need to know what you’re doing to follow through and brush up on the truth. ChatGPT will not replace jobs wholesale (some, perhaps) but instead make the work we do every day easier,”

ChatGPT can also help with data analysis, formula generation, and code generation, May highlighted, adding that all of this “can affect oil and gas.”

“The only thing stopping ChatGPT from the oil and gas industry is that people in the oil and gas industry are not embracing the technology,” he said.

“It takes years for some technologies to be adopted (and let’s face it, many companies, including oil and gas, are still using legacy systems from before 2000). So while there may be a slow push to adopt this new technology, those who do Now they will be well ahead of their competitors,” May added.

OpenAI, which describes itself as an artificial intelligence research and publishing company whose mission is to ensure that artificial general intelligence benefits all of humanity, introduced ChatGPT on November 30, 2024.

In a statement posted on its website on November 30 last year, OpenAI said that ChatGPT is a sister model to InstructGPT, which is trained to quickly follow instructions and provide a detailed response.

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