ChatGPT is huge news right now, but it’s just one of several artificial intelligence (AI) services taking the Internet by storm. Amazon, IBM, Google, Microsoft and many other companies are heavily invested in AI and machine learning, which promises to aid in automation, research, and decision making.
If you’re unfamiliar with ChatGPT, think of it like a search engine that gives you original responses and results.
For example, we asked ChatGPT “how can nonprofits use AI?” and it came up with five suggestions formatted like a short blog post or email – see the report below:
Why This Matters
AI is an umbrella term for the broader concept of teaching computers to learn. The benefits of machine learning can be applied to almost anything, from everyday tasks to complex problems.
For example, AI can help non-profits by analyzing infinite data points, generating predictions, and aiding in making data-driven decisions. This happens in a fraction of the time that it would take a person sifting through and analyzing data.
The best way to think of AI is as a sidekick or a tool. It can’t take over an entire process or replace the human touch, but in specific cases it can carry the administrative load and free people up to focus on what they do best. While there are both pros and cons to AI technology, it’s critical to assess the use of these tools with strong ethics, good judgment, and full transparency.
To learn more about how AI may be able to add value to your organization, click here.
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