Tell Me About ChatGPT & AI

Across social media and in the news recently, everyone seems to be talking about the future of artificial intelligence (AI); the benefits to us, how to best utilise it, and if we’ll one day lose our jobs to it.

The most talked about AI is ChatGPT, but there are others that have emerged/evolved such as Google Bard and Microsoft Bing Chat to name a few.

It seems that Chat GPT has taken the world by storm!

So far, I’ve come across people using it to create recipes, exercise routines, write blog posts, job descriptions, resumes, write code, brainstorm ideas, translate languages, and explain things from a different perspective or in a different way, e.g. explain physics to a 5 year old.


ChatGPT’s ability to brainstorm ideas and offer alternative perspectives is a valuable tool, especially when you find yourself with a creative block. But just like any tool, you need to learn and understand how to best use it. If you Google ‘how to use ChatGPT’, you’re provided with a huge number of tutorials and step-by-step instructions to help you.

One of the significant benefits of ChatGPT I’ve read about and experimented with is its ability to automate repetitive and time-consuming tasks. From generating social media copy to drafting emails and reports, ChatGPT can quickly handle these activities, freeing you up to tackle more strategic and value-driven projects. By automating these tasks, employees can redirect their energy towards higher-level thinking and problem-solving, creating more space and time for innovation within their roles.

Its ability to generate ideas and perspectives from different angles can significantly speed up the problem-solving and decision-making processes. By interacting with ChatGPT, you’re able to gain fresh insights, alternative viewpoints, and creative solutions to challenges. This not only saves time but also expands the range of possibilities, allowing people to arrive at solutions faster.

One thing that I find fascinating about ChatGPT is its ability to continually learn and improve over time. You can enter a prompt one week and receive the information, and then enter that same prompt a few days or a week later and you’ll receive a new and improved piece of information, different to what it generated previously.

According to ChatGPT, it is designed to learn from the vast amount of information available on the internet and the interactions it has with users. As more people use ChatGPT and provide feedback, the system learns from those experiences and becomes better at generating accurate and helpful responses. This means that ChatGPT is constantly evolving, refining its capabilities, and adapting to better meet the needs of its users. With each interaction, it gathers insights and adjusts its responses to provide more accurate, relevant, and reliable information. This continuous learning process ensures that ChatGPT stays up-to-date and at the forefront of its capabilities, making it an ever more valuable tool for individuals and workplaces seeking its assistance.

You do need to keep in mind that ChatGPT (and AI in general) is a tool that complements human expertise, the information it generates is not always 100% accurate and the generated text still needs a human touch to finesse and personalise it.

I consider ChatGPT to be a tool I can use to help generate ideas and brainstorm, provide different perspectives and explore new ways of thinking.

I’ve played around with it and tested different prompts, which has led to me using it to help with my work and save time on certain tasks like explaining topics in a way I can understand them better, rewriting text and helping to produce ideas for social media.

The possibilities are endless for what ChatGPT can be used for and how we can use it. So why not experiment with it and see what tasks it can save you time on?


*I used ChatGPT to help me write this blog.

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