ChatGPT, the AI chatbot developed by OpenAI, has been the focus of intense interest, excitement, and even fear over its AI capabilities, since its launch last November.

The conference team at Hanson Wade recently turned to the new technology in an innovative marketing effort for its late March Innate Killer Summit in San Diego. The team asked ChatGPT to write a poem on Natural Killer (NK) cells and here’s what the AI-driven conversational app came up with:

In blood and tissue, they roam,
The vigilant guardians of our home,
Natural killers, swift and strong,
NK cells, our immune throng.

Against invaders, they deploy,
A swift attack, with lethal joy,
Their cytotoxic weapons strike,
And infected cells they quickly spike.

They spare the healthy, target the ill,
Their memory sharp, they’re on call still,
And in the fight against disease,
They’re a powerful force to appease. 

So here’s to the NK cells, brave and true,
Protecting us, our whole life through,
May they continue to guard us well,
Our immune heroes, they truly excel. 

Poets beware! You now have competition. And what’s more, so do a number of other jobs and professions. According to an article earlier this month in the Insider, ChatGPT and other AI entrants may eventually wind up replacing content creators, journalists, advertisers, graphic artists, and others such as accountants, computer programmers, software engineers, and data analysts.

Welcome to the Brave New World!

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