I personally do, for me it's annoying to even think of the prospect that a piece of machine might be better than me no matter what I do or try. Sure, things like GPT are not the best but they're obviously slowing but surely going to get better and better until we all are replaced. I wonder how Go or Chess players feel knowing that no matter how good you are, you can even be the best human chess player, yet you'll never be better than the computer? Don't people find that a bit discouraging? I always wondered the psychology behind that but I suppose now I'm also going to be living it. It makes me wonder what even is the point of striving to be the best at something if you your competition is something that literally doesn't need sleep, has an infinitely bigger dataset than you and is constantly expanding. I'm also not entirely convinced of the "sentience" arguments that are being thrown around, I'm not arguing it can't even be sentient, but I doubt it'll be within our lifetimes at least. Sorry if this was a homosexualy thread doesn't exactly pertain to STEM, just gneuinely wondering what you all feel about it.