Junck told the publication that he was impressed with the app’s AI capabilities and said he wanted the bot to be accessible to everyone.
Heard of ChatGPT but don’t know how to use it? Now, Udemy offers courses that can teach you how to effectively use this AI chatbot. Experts who are well versed with ChatGPT even make it a job opportunity. It’s ironic how a chatbot was once seen as a threat that can take away jobs, but is now being used to make money. Don’t believe us? A man named Lance Junck earned over $35,000 (approximately Rs. 28) in just three months.
As reported by Business Insider, a 23-year-old man named Lance Junck launched an online course on the educational platform. The course was designed to teach people how to use ChatGPT. In just three months, over 15,000 people from all over the world enrolled in the course. His course titled “ChatGPT Masterclass: The Complete Beginner’s Guide to ChatGPT” has earned over $35,000 so far.
Junck told the publication that he was impressed with the app’s AI capabilities and said he wanted the bot to be accessible to everyone. He also saw an opportunity to teach people how to use it so they could make the most of the miraculous tool. “ChatGPT has an incredible learning curve,” he said. “I think people are kind of afraid of ChatGPT, so I tried to make it warm and exciting and accessible,” Junk said. However, Junk has not received any formal training on ChatGPT. He admitted that he is self-taught.
Junck enjoyed spending hours every day on the robot. He asks her to “do things like write an introduction to a novel or a product description for certain foods to better understand how to get the robot to do it,” the report revealed. Junk also added that he consumes every piece of ChatGPT content on the internet.
The report says Junk’s designed course lasts seven hours and is now priced at $20. It consists of 50 lectures aimed at beginners and took Junck nearly three weeks to film. Most of the students enrolled in Junck’s course are from the US, he has attracted students from India, Japan and Canada. Students from Venezuela, Russia and parts of the Middle East. Junck revealed that students have enrolled from countries where ChatGPT is not yet available.