CEO uses ChatGPT to collect fees instead of attorneys, IPL teams use AI and more

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39 percent of housework could be done by AI in a decade

According to experts, within a decade around 39 percent of the time spent on household chores such as housework and caring for loved ones could be automated.
In a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, researchers from the UK and Japan asked 65 artificial intelligence (AI) experts to predict the level of automation in everyday household tasks in 10 years.
The team asked 29 AI experts from the UK and 36 AI experts from Japan about their predictions about robots in the home.
The researchers said that grocery shopping is likely to be the most automated, while caring for children or the elderly will be least affected by AI. CEO uses ChatGPT to recover Rs 90,00,000 from client
A US-based CEO recently shared how he skipped expensive legal action and used ChatGPT to alert a customer who was being muted on payments.
Isenberg said he instructed ChatGPT to introduce themselves as finance employees and compose a “scary” email asking the customer to pay immediately.
It went on to remind the customer how his behavior would damage his reputation and called for legal action, adding that he must pay his fees within three business days.
While Isenberg was happy he didn’t have to hire a lawyer, he said the episode got him thinking about how much work could be automated with AI.

Scientist and author Toby Walsh warns against outsourcing thinking to AI

Artificial intelligence scientist, professor and author Toby Walsh, who was a prominent speaker at this year’s Jaipur Literature Festival, talks about morals and ethics in the development of technology and the dangers of handing off decision-making to machines.
Toby Walsh, one of the world’s leading scientists in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), predicts the transformation of homo sapiens into homo digitalis, a state in which human thinking will be replaced by digital thinking.
Unfortunately, artificial intelligence is a dual-use technology, there are positive uses and the same algorithms have negative uses. IPL experts believe AI can make waves in the sports industry
Artificial intelligence, powered by individual data collection, helps scout and nurture talent and can also predict injuries.
Malolan Rangarajan, former Tamil Nadu cricketer, now Head of Scouting at IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore, used AI to spot talent at grassroots level.
Despite the omnipresence of AI, there are experts who rely more on the human eye when scouting players.
Using machine learning, AI can personalize nutrition plans with athletes based on their situation; before or after a match day.

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GSV Ventures’ Deborah Quazzo believes AI is the next big thing in education

ChatGPT and AI (artificial intelligence) based platforms will transform the way children learn and teachers teach, benefiting businesses to achieve better teaching outcomes, says Deborah Quazzo, Managing Partner, GSV Ventures.
According to Quazzo, when it came to ChatGPT eating into jobs, she thought it would push people to switch to more demanding jobs.
Quazzo said that in the current downturn, edtech companies should focus on product direction.