Wharton professor sees future of work in new ChatGPT tool

Code Interpreter for ChatGPT democratizes data analysis, says Wharton’s Ethan Mollick, and might be the most useful A.I. application so far. getty

Now, anyone with $20 can have a personal A.I. assistant skilled in data analysis. 

Code Interpreter—a new OpenAI tool for ChatGPT that can run code, work with uploaded files, analyze data, create charts, edit files, and perform math—was released Friday for all subscribers to the $20-per-month ChatGPT Plus service. 

For Ethan Mollick, an early adopter of A.I. and management professor at the…

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