SAN FRANCISCO, California (The Adobo Chronicles, San Francisco Bureau) – Anyone can now become an instant journalist, songwriter, book author or film maker, thanks to ChatGPT.
ChatGPT’s advanced capabilities have created a huge demand with the ‘app’ accumulating over 100 million users within two months of launching. One of the biggest standout features has been its ability to compose all sorts of text within seconds, including songs, poems, bedtime stories, and essays.
As a result, many professionals are losing their jobs, and they are fighting back!
The Adobo Chronicles has learned that a worldwide coalition of the affected professions is now in the process of filing a class-action lawsuit against the makers of the app.
The lawsuit cites multiple violations including copyright infringement, plagiarism, unfair business practices; and is seeking trillions of dollars in compensation.
Anyone who wishes to join the class-action suit may contact NoChatGPT@ aol.com. Utmost patience is needed to get through requests and messages since the designated email uses dial-up technology — a big contrast to what ChatGPT can do in just seconds!