AI is here to stay and it is already changing the way we do business, build relationships, and interact with customers.
AI taking over? NoT yet
but now is the time to adapt
These are just a few examples of how AI is being used in business today. As AI technology continues to develop, we can expect to see even more innovative and impactful applications in the years to come.Subscribe to our monthly
It is important to be aware of these risks when using public AI chatbots. If you are concerned about the accuracy, bias, or safety of a chatbot, you should do your research before using it. You should also be careful about the personal information that you share with chatbots and the amount of time that you spend interacting with them.
Here are some tips for using public AI chatbots safely and responsibly:
If you have any concerns about the safety or security of a chatbot, you should contact the company that developed it.
Here are the steps on how to set up a private chatbot:
Here are some additional tips for setting up a private chatbot:
The first thing to consider when planning a private AI implementation is what data sources, documents, and financial information you want indexed. This will help you to determine the type of AI model you need to build and the infrastructure you need to deploy it.
The more data you provide your AI implementation, the more useful it will be. This is because AI models learn from data, and the more data they have to learn from, the better they will be able to perform their tasks.
You can use automated testing tools to help you test your AI. These tools can automate many of the testing tasks, such as providing inputs to your AI and verifying its outputs. This can free up your time so that you can focus on other aspects of your AI development.
Private AI chatbot restrictions are typically put in place to protect the privacy and safety of users.
You can restrict users access to your data only giving the user access to documents and data they are authorized to view.