“Should we allow our staff to use ChatGPT?” This question is the most prominent theme that arises in discussions with my clients lately. A new wave of freely available generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools is flooding the market. These include chat and search programs, artwork generators, writing tools, visual editors, audio tools and speech-to-text platforms. 

Unlike traditional AI models that focus on prediction and classification, generative AI is dedicated to developing algorithms capable of producing entirely new and original content. These algorithms employ probabilistic approaches, enabling them to generate fresh instances that mirror the characteristics of the original data, often exhibiting creative and inventive behaviour beyond their explicit design...

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