When ChatGPT took the world by storm in late 2022, Mr Robert Sim thought it would make his job easier. But some thought it might make his job redundant by taking it over.
Many months later, Mr Sim has concluded that not only is his night job safe, but ChatGPT also has not helped him as much as he thought it would.
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