This is a further continuation of a downward trend of the human intelligence. Getting "AI" chatbots to take over jobs and allowing people to integrate with them will not benefit most people - mainly the ones doing the work to use the AI chatbots in their work. Bigwigs will reap the benefits of more money in their pockets as the rest of society becomes dumber and more dependent on help from those above us.
Don't get me wrong, it wasn't chatbots that started it, it was folks learning to avoid human interactions and simply relying on smartphone devices to handle their day to day thinking. People have learned how to not communicate with others, in person or over the phone, in these last 10+ years. Young kids actually have anxiety talking on the phone, break down and cry anxiety. They also don't know how to hold eye contact in conversations and they don't take social cues very well because of their lack of in person interactions. Kids these days just go to their phone, record what they do and post it up on some social media platform, check out the likes/views they generate and read up on comments....
There are stories out there that school aged kids (up through high school) can't read an analog clock and they get anxiety and actually start to panic. If it's not a digital clock, they're screwed!
We are allowing these systems to be our brain these days.
How many people in this day and age can honestly remember someone else's phone number? I can recall every landline number I had growing up as a kid (needed to know your phone by memory so you could call home from a friend's house) and I know my wife's cell, mine, my daughters and my mom's cell number by heart. I used to know easily 3x this many numbers by memory for all my friends and family back then. I'm surprised I even recall as many today as I can, it's too easy to just quickly pick a number from my cell phone and simply push the call button.
The only things that seem important these days are what is at our fingertips right now at this very moment. Some people can't even go without using their phone while they're driving a 2ton vehicle that can easily kill them and others around them. We, as a society, have become dumb and the introduction of this so called AI is just going to make things worse. We're closer and closer to becoming the actual world of the Idiocrasy movie.