Chat GPT will help the talent of the future by improving decision making

  • The entire technological revolution that artificial intelligence entails will serve to add value to various professions in all sectors.

During the last months, ChatGPT has established itself as one of thes great milestones of artificial intelligence. As an advanced language model, this program can have a significant impact in a wide range of sectors; health, marketing, education, law or economics.

Currently, business communication is an essential element for success in different economic sectors. The interaction between customers, suppliers and employees is essential for process optimization, problem solving and decision making in real time. In this sense, ChatGPT is presented as an innovative and revolutionary tool that offers significant advantages for different economic sectors.

ChatGPT offers advantages for different economic sectors. IMMUNE experts have analyzed the potential that this technology has for some economic sectors:

• Education: ChatGPT can help students better understand complex concepts and provide answers to specific questions, as well as offer additional learning resources such as exercises and practice tests.

• Client services: This type of technological solution can be used by companies to provide automated customer support through chatbots. You can answer common questions, provide information about products and services, and help customers solve problems.

• Investigation: ChatGPT can serve as a solution to analyze large amounts of data and find patterns in the information, providing additional information on specific topics and assisting in the writing of research reports.

• Health: In the field of health intelligence, ChatGPT can be used by health professionals to help answer patients’ questions and provide them with information about diseases, treatments and medications. In addition, it can serve as a complement in the training of doctors and medical students.

• Finance: ChatGPT can help banks and other financial institutions to automate some processes, such as customer service and account management. It can also be used for data analysis and decision making in the field of finance.

• Legal: The legal sector has a lot of work ahead of it, since it will be necessary to gradually adapt the laws and applications to the situations that this type of artificial intelligence generates, both nationally and internationally. In fact, the European Union is in the process of regulating this type of artificial intelligence, studying a new legal framework that aims to significantly strengthen regulations on the development and use of artificial intelligence (AI).

The proposed legislation, called the “Artificial Intelligence Law”, focuses primarily on strengthening regulations on data quality and transparency. It also aims to address ethical issues and application challenges in the various sectors.