Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been gaining more and more ground in our lives, so it is not surprising that it is already revolutionizing the way we work. Although one of the fears related to it is precisely that it could displace humans from certain jobs, it is also helping to create new ones, such as the “prompt engineer.”
It is true that AI takes time in our daily lives. The algorithms of social networks, virtual assistants and even the autocomplete of Google (and other search engines), work thanks to Artificial Intelligence. However, the recent boom in natural language models like ChatGPT have changed the way we interact with this technology.
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Of course, this also entails changes “behind the scenes,” that is, in the way developers program the AI. If before they told you what to do, now with natural language models and other generative AI, it is important to know “how to ask for it” and that is precisely why prompt engineers were born.
WHAT DOES A PROMPT ENGINEER OR PROMPT ENGINEER DO?
First of all, you may be wondering what a prompt is. This is a word or phrase used to stimulate a response or action in a computer system. In the context of artificial intelligence and machine learning, prompts are often used to generate text or to guide the output of a language model.
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In this sense, when using tools such as Mid Journey, DALL-E 2 or Stable Diffusion, the way of requesting the images will influence the result we obtain. This is where the expertise of a “prompt engineer” comes in, which is someone who designs and develops prompts for artificial intelligence and machine learning systems.
It would be something like programming but in prose. The objective of a “prompt engineer” is practically to “educate” the AI so that they respond better to searches, being more precise. Also, this process is necessary to eliminate incorrect answers and detect where the errors may be xxx gratuit.
HOW MUCH CAN A PROMPTS ENGINEER EARN?
Knowing how to use the correct prompts is quite an art, and people like Jason Allen have even won art contests using Mid Journey without the judges knowing. And, like any job, you can earn money independently or as part of a company.
For example, there are pages like PromptBase, where creators sell their prompts for prices that are usually around two dollars. However, there may be very lucrative proposals.
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The company Anthropic, which was created by former OpenIA engineers, recently posted a job posting for a ‘librarian and prompt engineer’ position in San Francisco. According to the ad, only basic programming knowledge is required on a technical level, but they were interested in a creative candidate who loves to solve a puzzle.
Salary? Up to $335,000 annually. However, it is not the only one, only on LinkedIn there are more than 2000 job results for the position.