Since February, I’ve trained over 1,000 HR people on using ChatGPT to help with performance appraisals, job descriptions, and creating employee goals. It’s a valuable tool, and I like helping people use it to increase their efficiency at work. But even so, I wasn’t shocked to see that ChatGPT reportedly loses $700,000 every day.
Why? Because despite all that it can do, ChatGPT remains a toy. It’s a super cool toy, and it’s incredibly helpful in a lot of areas. That’s why, at first glance, it seems like it could take over many of your company’s HR functions — even 79 percent of recruiters think that A.I. will be making hiring decisions in the near future.
I’m here to tell you that’s not happening. Here’s why:
To keep reading, click here: Why ChatGPT Is Bleeding Money, Not Taking Over Your HR Department