4 Things to Consider When Using Ai for Business


Artificial Intelligence is all the rage right now. It feels like everybody is using it. That’s because many people are utilizing the new tool of the day. Plus, all the major technology companies are getting into the fray with AI. Microsoft has Copilot. Google has Bard. Twitter has GROK. The list goes on and on.

While people are using AI, there’s a lot of controversy swirling around. The art community has been struggling to accept it (and rightfully so). Business leaders are starting to implement more and more AI usage and procedures. 

So, what’s the right thing to do with AI? For me, it’s been to play around with the technology. Figure out where and how to use it ethically.

I want you to figure out where you land on it. That’s why I want you to consider 4 things when using AI for business.

4 Things To Consider When Using AI For Business

1. AI has ethical implications:

You have to consider the ethical implications when using artificial intelligence. What are those ethical implications? AI scraps content and rewrites it in a new way. Or, if you’re using AI to create images, AI is scraping images made by creators, combining what’s found, and creating something similar.

How would you feel if someone used your work to create something similar? Would you be okay with that? Would you have a major problem? 

You have to work through these things when considering whether or not to use AI technology.

2. AI gets it wrong:

I’ve used AI to help me with some of my blogging. It’s never been to create content but to spark ideas. 

When I use Magai, I create a prompt to make it understand who I am, how I write, and what I want. I then ask Magai to generate a content calendar for the blog.

The ideas it gives are great, most of the time. There have been times when the content generated by Magai has been incorrect. 

If you’re using AI for content, make sure you’re double-checking the work of the AI model you’re utilizing. It may or may not be correct. You have to be ready and willing to check it again and again.

3. AI-generated content cannot be copyrighted:

A U.S. Court in Washington, DC, has ruled that works created entirely by AI cannot be copyrighted. They go on to clarify that there has to be human input into the work.

If you’re creating content for personal or business use, ensure there’s human input in the content you release. Your work will not be protected otherwise.

4. The information you put into AI generators can be seen by the public:

AI services such as ChatGPT collect a lot of data about users. More importantly, it collects all of the information you type or input into the program. ChatGPT and other AI systems keep track of every question you ask, every business detail you give, and every response you give to possibly reuse in the future.

Be cautious if you’re inputting sensitive data about your business in ChatGPT or other AI software. It can become public data.

Think Before You Use

I’m not telling you to stay away from AI software. In fact, I’ve embraced it for multiple things in my business and life. It’s a great tool.

You do need to be aware that there are issues surrounding the software. Your data may not be private, you may be using someone else’s work, or you may even get the wrong information from AI.

If you’re up for the challenge, try it out. Kick the tires, as they say. You may find it a valuable tool or you might choose to eschew this technology. 

Over the coming weeks and months, I plan on sharing more about AI, how to use it, and what it can do for you and your business, as it has been a heavily requested topic.


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