"This AI topic is going to change the world. It is the Fourth Industrial Revolution," Mitson said, adding that expertise in the application of AI to business is an emerging field.
"The big focus is how to help the businesses that I've worked with to really accelerate their profitability, maintain, reduce or grow their capability and reduce their headcount. AI seemed like the perfect tool to do it – and then ChatGPT happened. This was perfect timing for those efforts."
Bobinski, meanwhile, remarked that the user-friendly ChatGPT can be used by most companies that have a sales force.
His guest agreed, saying that AI can be used to go through a list of leads and identify common characteristics by placing a buyer profile on customers. It can also reprocess leads and return the top 150 that qualify under different criteria.
Mitson, the author of the book "Corporate Strategy in the Age of AI," also noted that AI can identify contact information of customers and help sales representatives reach out to them. He continued that aside from sending the right message to the right people, AI also enables making different sales pitches to the customer.
The "Keep The Republic" host seconded his guest's remarks, pointing out that using AI can save lots of time searching for possible clients, which could take weeks or months for humans. (Related: Welcome to your jobless future... Artificial intelligence will replace half of all jobs in the next decade.)
But AI is still a work in progress.
Bobinski recounted an experiment he conducted using ChatGPT, telling the AI bot to summarize the stance of Idaho Gov. Brad Little on the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) based on an article the program host wrote. He was insulted by the reply given to him, implying that his data was neither factual nor reliable.
Noting the program's left-wing stance, Bobinski stated that people need to learn how to ask ChatGPT the right questions. He also noted the importance of pushing back when the AI adopts a holier-than-thou approach.
In response to the "Keep The Republic" host's question about other AI platforms that lean left, Mitson said there are already five others that exhibit various levels of wokeism. However, ChatGPT is the farthest when it comes to capability. Mitson ultimately remarked that there is no AI chatbot that is truly conservative and credible.
In spite of this, Mitson said the discouraging things about the ChatGPT and other liberal AIs will eventually drive the development of conservative versions.
Even SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk observed this leftist bias in ChatGPT, accusing its creator OpenAI of training the platform's language models to be "woke." According to the Toronto Star, the technology bigwig is now working on a conservative version of ChatGPT – and is now recruiting AI researchers for the endeavor.
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