Large language models.
Open AI that.
The world is full of excitement for AI.
And the world is full of doom-and-gloom for AI.
While there are many over-the-top scenarios we’ve seen, the most effective uses of AI for everyday business is in small pieces. Add some AI here. Streamline some work over there. Surgical. Specific. Purposeful.
The best uses of AI happen when combined with critical thinking directly from humans.
At 365.Training we’re using AI both directly for the benefit of the users while they are training, but also behind the scenes. I guess that ultimately benefits the user, but less directly.
365Ai is your training copilot- While in a course, you can ask contextual questions of the copilot. The models are of course powered by the large language models, but also grounded with our own information. We make sure that the copilot in a specific course can answer topic-specific questions and not get sidetracked on other topics. The copilot is relevant and there when you need it.
Categories- We use AI to help identify content topics and the job roles that are relevant for the items.
Your filters- you select topics, roles and importance and we calculate a score and combine that with our scoring of items and apply that to make your custom feed.
We’ve also used some of the Copilot capabilities of GitHub to help accelerate some of the more tedious parts of development to get us to market faster.
How do you AI in your everyday world?