First of all, I'm a huge fan of Alex & Rahul and I want to grow in this community together with mentors, seniors & humans.
But lately being in meetings I've stopped asking much more questions to my seniors because they come with limited knowledge whereas GPT can follow up with me can guide me expertly. Whereas it can even give me expert advise in tech career growth and many such areas.
Even I don't even open stack overflow now.
I'll give my response based on the main sources of value from human mentorship and coaching. Will preface that Taro is good at bringing together people who are good at this.
Great question! I think about it a lot, especially because the Taro team has spent so long figuring out how to integrate ChatGPT and other AI into our product to add more value.
On top of the awesome points that Casey shared, here's what I've learned during this process, particularly with the value (and lack thereof) of AI:
In a nutshell, I think AI is excellent at solving relatively straightforward problems but struggles a lot when any form of nuance is introduced. If you need to write the most concise for loop in Python or write a clean project update email, AI is great - By all means use it. But for anything fuzzier, reputable humans are still far superior (at least for now).
If you want to go deeper into leveraging AI to supercharge your workflow, check out the in-depth case study we gave on it: [Case Study] How Engineers Unlock Huge Impact With Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Here's some other great discussions about the intersection between AI and engineering as well: