Scary or Amazing? The good part is that Chat GPT is still underutilized. Most people have heard about it by now, but most are not using it. If they did, they would see just how powerful it really is. Even when they do, it’ll take some time for them to understand how to communicate with it. For the developer community, it’s pretty simple and we’re understanding the scope of its capabilities…and it’s frightening. I started noticing a downward trend in the last month with my articles. They’re getting less interaction and even the earning is a quarter of what it

Unlocking AI’s Business Potential Since everyone’s on the AI bandwagon, I thought we could go over some real life business use-cases. You would hope that the business side would ask these types of questions, but I believe that IT has a responsibility in educating the business side in what kind of questions are appropriate to ask IT for. For example, sales can and should ask, “what happens if we increase the price of these products? Do we believe that the number of sales will be the same or are we going to drop?” That’s a great question and with a

A glimpse into the impending AI evolution There have been many pivotal moments in tech-history. I say this because I truly believe we’re on another verge. GPT-4 is incredibly impressive. It has about a 100 trillion parameters. Our brains have about 86 billion neurons and roughly a 100 trillion synapses. It’s incredibly quick and can generate unique responses for each of your questions. I’ve already transitioned to using it for most of my searches. I even asked myself, “has Google always been this bad?” We’re starting to get spoiled. What were some of the other pivotal moments in tech-history? Invention

Empowering AI with a mission Something that I’ve been thinking about lately on applying AI to business. We’ve probably all seen those videos where the developer gives his AI system a goal for Super Mario and the AI figures out the most interesting glitches and exploits the game in a way that we would never be able to. There are also times when the AI thought that the best way to beat it was just to pause the game forever. Interesting result but not what we were looking for. How about a web application? Can we define a goal, or

The brainpower behind intelligent decision-making That title sounded scary. It’s not meant to be. Humans make judgement calls each day. When you have ambiguity, you have to understand the context and then state what you believe that ambiguity means. What are some examples of judgement that humans do well at work? Decision making Humans have the ability to weigh the pros and cons of different options, analyze potential outcomes, and make informed decisions based on available information. Good decision-making skills require critical thinking, problem-solving, and the ability to balance competing priorities. Problem-solving People can identify and analyze complex problems, break