Think AI is a one-stop solution? Time for a reality check.
With the launch of ChatGPT for business, it’s vital to distinguish what generative AI can and can’t do for your L&D team.
How to assess tasks AI can help with
🛠 Introducing my AI Task Assessment Framework. A tool for identifying tasks ripe for AI automation and those that still need human expertise.
With the launch of ChatGPT for business, it’s vital to understand what can and can’t be supported by generative AI tools.
Assess tasks not jobs
LinkedIn CEO, Ryan Roslansky proposed a similar concept when he wrote about how AI will accelerate workforce learning, and heighten the importance of skills in his article, Redefining Work.
Ryan proposed we stop looking at jobs as titles, and rather a collection of tasks. These tasks will evolve as AI and other technologies do. He recommends you unpack your job into the main tasks you do daily.
You can bucket those tasks in this format:
- Tasks AI can fully take on for you, like summarising meeting notes or email chains.
- Tasks AI can help improve your work and efficiency, like help writing code or content.
- Tasks that require your unique skills – your people skills – like creativity and collaboration.
Try it out
AI tools won’t replace jobs. They’ll replace tasks.
They’ve actually been doing this for decades already. Artificial intelligence is not new, friends.
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