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Artificial intelligence in business: why training it is obvious and necessary

While some are already alarmed by the future restrictions imposed on companies by the Artificial Intelligence Act, approved on February 2 by the 27 member states of the European Union and whose parliament is due to adopt the text in committee in the coming months, the time for playful searching is over. The gap between user and non-user employees can widen if the organization does not engage the entire team.

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“I started working with ChatGPT as soon as it was released in France and use it every day,” admits Julien Badre, president of the Mercato de l’emploi network of independent recruiters. “He’s an assistant, my right hand,” he adds. Many managers now report using artificial intelligence, although employees don’t always discuss it openly.

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Source: Le Parisien

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