Maybe ChatGPT 5 will be an artificial manager?

In previous weeks, I analyzed whether ChatGPT could be an artificial manager. I’m skeptical that a talking head, learned from thousands of books and websites, can be a manager that takes managerial actions and really manages a team, not just answers employees’ questions (and that’s usually pouring water a bit…). However, the progress of GPT technology is quite rapid, and we can assume that it will be part of a larger whole system that will guide the artificial manager. A

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And again ChatGPT. Does an artificial manager have to be an omnibus?

At the end of March 2023, I wrote 3 posts on why ChatGPT can’t be an artificial manager. There were 2 reasons for this. First, the ontology of the world that chatGPT uses is scattered and inconsistent. Second, ChatGPT derives its knowledge about managing, for example, a team or a project only from past descriptions in books or websites. From such data about what a human manager really does, it is impossible to build an artificial manager, even in the

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What do I think about ChatGPT’s artificial intelligence?

In my previous two blog posts, I described why ChatGPT cannot act as an artificial manager. My conclusions are only based on its current, free version 3.5. What the future will show, we shall see. However, the obstacles to ChatGPT being an artificial manager are fundamental and relate to the lack of a coherent ontology of organizational reality and the knowledge of the manager’s work drawn by the chat mechanism only from books and the Internet, not the real activities

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Why can’t you make an artificial manager with ChatGPT?

In a previous blog post, I described how ChatGPT works and what the ability to analyze and then synthesize text gives us. I summed up the entry by saying that you can’t make a robot manager from ChatGPT, because this mechanism still doesn’t know what a human manager actually does, and actually has no way to find out based on encyclopedic knowledge. Today I will write more about it. Despite the fact that the capabilities of the GPT-based chatbot amaze

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Will we make ChatGTP an artificial manager?

In recent months, there has been a lot of talk about the effects of the technology developed by OpenAI, which led to the creation of ChatGPT-4. The tremendous success of this project has opened the eyes of many proponents of the development of artificial intelligence, that it can threaten many social processes, impersonate real people and create artificial, media entities that change the functioning of societies and even groups of the state. Since this is such a promising technology, I

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