I asked ChatGPT, “I’m a news anchor at an all-news radio station in Los Angeles. When will AI replace me?”

Here’s its reply:

As a language model, I can tell you that AI technology has made significant strides in recent years, particularly in the realm of speech recognition and synthesis. However, it is unlikely that AI will completely replace human news anchors in the near future.

While AI systems can accurately read pre-written scripts, they are not yet capable of providing the human touch and intuition that human news anchors bring to the job. Human news anchors are also able to respond to breaking news and adapt to unexpected situations in a way that AI systems cannot.

Moreover, audiences may still prefer to hear news from a human voice they can relate to and trust. While AI may be able to perform certain tasks in the newsroom, it is unlikely to completely replace the role of a human news anchor.

That being said, it is always important to stay up-to-date with new technologies and to continually develop your skills and adapt to the changing media landscape.

So, AI tells me I’m in no danger of being replaced. In the near future.