Most Americans haven’t used ChatGPT; few think it will have a major impact on their job
Among employed adults who have heard of ChatGPT, 60% of those ages 30 to 49 say chatbots will have a major or minor impact on their own job in the next 20 years. This is the highest percentage of any age group.
Which Americans are most likely to think chatbots will affect their own jobs?
Workers with higher levels of formal education are also more optimistic. Those who have heard of ChatGPT and have a college degree are slightly more likely than those without a college degree to say these types of tools would be helpful for their job.
How do Americans feel about government regulation of chatbots?
Roughly a quarter of Americans who have heard of ChatGPT (24%) say they have ever used it.
Younger adults are more likely than their older peers to have used ChatGPT for education or amusement.
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