ChatGPT: Ethical Concerns of Generative AI Models Persist

Jaspreet Bindra on ChatGPT's Potential, Limitations and Ethical Issues
Jaspreet Bindra, founder, Tech Whisperer Limited

ChatGPT and its simple prompt-led interface democratized AI like never before. The bot had a million users in the first week of its launch in November 2022. Yet, it poses certain challenges, including threats of plagiarism, phishing and misinformation campaigns. While ChatGPT is apt for certain business applications, it is yet to be proven, and may not see massive enterprise adoption until future versions are launched.

Despite its initial success, it is still "early days" for ChatGPT as it is in beta stage, says Jaspreet Bindra, founder, Tech Whisperer Limited and an expert in AI, ethics, and society. "We will not see real [business] applications until we have a more stable and scalable enterprise version and some open APIs. Yet, we see some interesting applications today," Bindra says.

The generative AI model has the potential to benefit applications such as content generation for copy writers, marketers, advertisers and graphic designers, and SEO/SEM and customer service. "ChatGPT will not replace human jobs. Rather, humans using ChatGPT will replace human jobs. So we need to figure out how we can use it in every business application," Bindra says.

In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Bindra discusses:

  • Potential business apps for generative AI models;
  • Limitations of ChatGPT;
  • AI, ethics and regulation.

Bindra is an expert on digital transformation, AI, blockchain, Web3, and future of work. He is the founder of Tech Whisperer, which does consulting and advisory work on digital transformation and emerging technologies. Bindra has more than 20 years of experience in senior executive positions, including at Microsoft and the Tata Group.

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Brian Pereira

Brian Pereira

Sr. Director - Editorial, ISMG

Pereira has nearly three decades of journalism experience. He is the former editor of CHIP, InformationWeek and CISO MAG. He has also written for The Times of India and The Indian Express.

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