Unregulated Use of ChatGPT in the Workplace – five things HR absolutely must do right now to reduce the risks of litigationPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 30 March 2023 Issues covered: AI; ChatGPT; Data Protection; Copyright Infringement
Earlier this month our Chairman, Barry Phillips, stated at a previous event that this webinar is one of the most important we have organised for many years….
ChatGPT3 is a groundbreaking technology with the potential to revolutionize the way we work. Its sophisticated language capabilities make it a powerful tool for organizations seeking to streamline their operations and improve their productivity. However, as with any new technology, there are risks associated with its implementation, particularly when it comes to data protection and privacy.
Organizations must be proactive in managing these risks by taking steps to ensure they are using ChatGPT3 in compliance with relevant laws and
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This article is correct at 30/03/2023
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