Copywriter Fired After Bosses Started Calling Her “ChatGPT”

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Will creative workers be replaced by AI? Some say yes, while others argue the tech will just give them new tools to do their jobs. But in at least some cases, the evidence that AI is replacing specific workers already feels compelling.

In an anecdote published by the Washington Post, a San Francisco-based copywriter named Olivia Lipkin recounted how, on the Slack workplace messaging app, managers began assigning things to “Olivia/ChatGPT” — referring to her and the chatbot interchangeably — not long after the groundbreaking program became a household name.

Though she used to be…

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