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Assessing the Value of A.I. Like ChatGPT

The biggest disruptor in AI currently is an experimental chatbot that we know as ChatGPT. Based on generative AI, ChatGPT can perform a surprisingly long list of things that range from answering questions to coming up with ideas to explaining concepts in plain speak. But opinions around it is mixed, and in fact quite conflicting. And the biggest of them is the lingering question – is the purpose of AI to enable or replace humans?

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Tim M. Crawford, a top CIO and a Field Day delegate, answers this question. In the article titled – “Is generative AI disruptive or enabling?”, Crawford shares his views on this. He writes,

In just the past 48 hours, both Google and Microsoft have made major announcements about their generative AI endeavors. Yesterday, Google announced a new conversational AI service called Bard which is based on LaMDA. Today, Microsoft announced they are reinventing search with new AI-powered Bing and Edge browsers.

Read the rest of the article – “Is generative AI disruptive or enabling?” to learn his perspective as a CIO on generative AI. For more such interesting stories, sign up to our weekly newsletter for free.

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Sulagna Saha

Sulagna Saha is a writer at Gestalt IT where she covers all the latest in enterprise IT. She has written widely on miscellaneous topics. On she writes about the hottest technologies in Cloud, AI, Security and sundry.

A writer by day and reader by night, Sulagna can be found busy with a book or browsing through a bookstore in her free time. She also likes cooking fancy things on leisurely weekends. Traveling and movies are other things high on her list of passions. Sulagna works out of the Gestalt IT office in Hudson, Ohio.