Although ChatGPT is a warm topic online, the CEO of a design agency swears by it. The chatbot administered Greg Isenberg, CEO of Late Checkout, in recovering Rs 90,68,187 lakh ($109,500) from a client who abandoned them without paying.
Greg shared this on Twitter. Isenberg described a multi-billion-dollar client who ghosted the company because it consistently “underpromised and over-delivered” on its designs. Isenberg claimed that the incident was ruining the morale of his team. He considered utilizing ChatGPT to create a “little more of a terrifying email to capture attention” rather than taking the legal route.” Isenberg provided context information in the prompt and instructed ChatGPT to act as though its role is to collect customer payments for the finance department. Should I forward this thread to the client who ghosted me? I never told him that I sent the collecting email using ChatGPT. I believe that would be hilarious for him.” Isenberg concluded the thread with a post.
Ever since ChatGPT is released, it is generating a lot of amazement among tech enthusiasts. No wonder the canny chatbot’s abilities are so universal that it has evolved as a sort of demi-god of digital applications. As Human Resources, of late, has started depending on technology, ChatGPT is ready to invade this department too. But it is to be seen whether the AI chatbot can deliver the actual results given the fact that Human Resources requires human volition and judgment to choose the right person or engage with them for the progress of the company and the individual as well.