Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Does the 100 million user ChatGPT ai-powered chatbot represent a cybersecurity risk, given that it can create malicious code as well as phishing emails? This reporter took the question straight to the machine. Newly published research from BlackBerry suggests that the AI-powered ChatGPT bot could pose a cybersecurity threat. "It’s been well documented that people with malicious intent are testing the waters," Shishir Singh, the chief technology officer for cybersecurity at BlackBerry, said. Singh went on to say that BlackBerry expects to see hackers get much better at using the writing tool for nefarious purposes over the course of 2023. And Singh is not alone: the survey of IT experts across North America, the U.K., and Australia saw 51% in agreement that a ChatGPT-powered cyberattack is likely to happen before the end of the year, while 71% said they thought nation-states are probably already employing the technology … [Read more...] about Does ChatGPT Pose A Cybersecurity Threat? Here’s The AI Bot’s Answer
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Over the past two days, I must have had 20 conversations with people anxious about the impacts of AI on their work and livelihoods. Of course, I might have been seeking out those conversations because, as an academic and contributor to several business publications, I am also anxious! Creators, artists, coaches, programmers, doctors, writers, experts, and thought leaders are grappling with the implications of generative AI such as ChatGPT , DALL-E , and other advanced AI products on their jobs, passions, and income. On the one hand, it may seem like a dream come true. You can benefit from AI helping you work faster. Perhaps, better. On the other hand: So does everyone else and their hamster. Especially since it seems that anyone can look like an expert and creator with the help of AI. It can, after all, write a job application good enough to be short-listed, pass portions of the U.S. medical licensing exam and the bar exam , produce code , text, and sellable art … [Read more...] about Does ChatGPT mean the end of ‘thought leaders’?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Group Chief Executive at Kin + Carta Europe , delivering end-to-end digital services for the world’s leading businesses. What are CEOs for? For me, our main role is to feed, drive and energize a team. This is often best done in person and in small doses, although it can be almost as effective remotely. It’s a question of how you can be ‘with the people’ when and wherever they need you. CEOs are experienced hybrid workers. In most organizations, whether they're global or have a few offices in one country, the CEO cannot be in the same place as their entire team at the same time. In many ways, our working lives haven’t necessarily changed that much post-pandemic. At a time when teams are often split between home and office, we need to make the most of every interaction we have with our colleagues. This has meant dialing up the need to be more considerate and open to listening—whatever the conversation, … [Read more...] about How CEOs Can Bring Out Their Human Side In A Hybrid World
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Manuel O. Méndez, Chief Executive Officer of Quotient Limited . Each of us has the power to make a positive impact on the lives of others. When I was learning about value-creation strategies at the beginning of my postgraduate studies, I found myself thinking about how every interaction—be it with colleagues, family, mentors or even members within our wider community—is a value-creation exercise. But what is value creation? The concept in business 101 is simple: It’s a process that turns resources into something that meets the needs of others. Amazingly, I was lucky enough to not only learn about this concept in theory but could also witness it in practice from some of my mentors. My father was the first person in my life who projected an air of inspiration that I quickly picked up on. He inspired me to think big and help others do the same along the way. I also met someone early on in my career who was the … [Read more...] about Four Sure-Fire Ways To Become A Value Creator In Your Business Or Community
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Luke Battiloro is the founder of Vavoom Vodka, CEO of I Choose To Live, and a serial entrepreneur, neurohacker and genius brand creator. I have been approached by multiple investors interested in buying—or at the minimum, investing in—my brand Vavoom Vodka. “If you asked me a few years ago if I would have a company worth this much, I may have been hesitant to say yes,” I tell investors. Truth be told, this company has been my passion project. My goal was to empower women through the statuesque pose of the woman on the vodka bottle reaching overhead, which could be considered a power posture. While the overwhelming offers kept coming in, I had to think to myself, “Am I done with my dream of empowering women everywhere?” Here's how you can answer the question of whether it's time to sell your own business. Emotional And Psychological Signs I would say it's time to sell your company when you do not wake … [Read more...] about What To Consider If You’re Thinking About Selling Your Company
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Active listening is a skill that needs to be cultivated to be an effective leader, and often, employees can be your best source of inspiration for this. They know the day-to-day concerns of the company and can offer unique, valuable insights and perspectives. However, leaders tend to be pulled in many different directions each day. They often feel they need to make quick, executive decisions without consulting others, sometimes to the detriment of the business. Here, a panel of Forbes Business Council members share their best tips for managers who want to improve their active listening skills to create a more comfortable, successful business environment. 1. Follow Up On Feedback Aside from common active listening practices such as paying attention to nonverbal cues and uninterrupted communication, it all comes down to action. An employee is only ever truly heard when their thoughts are put to practical use and … [Read more...] about 15 Key Tips For Developing Active Listening Skills As A Leader
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Professor of IO Psychology. CEO of fitt , a multi-method digital talent platform. In my work leading talent assessments, one of the most frequent questions I get asked by organizations is, "What role does personality play in job success?" Whether I am conducting talent reviews for succession planning in a corporate environment, advising a company on a hiring decision or giving feedback coaching for leadership development, there is always a keen interest in understanding the personality makeup of a candidate and whether or not this will have an impact on performance in a role. At the risk of giving the standard psychologist rendition of “there is no right or wrong answer,” the honest response is: It depends. Personality assessment in work settings is nothing new. Used first by the military to gauge the battle readiness of soldiers, tools have evolved over time, become more sophisticated and branched into … [Read more...] about Personality And Job Success: How To Separate The Method From The Madness
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin CTO at Gantri, Public Speaker , and World Traveler. Previously, I spoke about what it takes to be a leader worth following and mentioned how it is an act of service through vision, trust and execution. I also wrote about vision and the importance of clearly showing where you’re leading others. Here, I want to speak about the journey toward the destination, specifically my favorite part to brainstorm—the strategy of your vision, the big question of "how do I get there?" Breaking The Mountain Down Your vision gave you the big picture. Now, you have to prioritize the goals associated with getting there. Strategy comes down to looking at the landscape from different viewpoints until you see a path forward. Strategy is a process of achieving a goal by breaking it down into smaller, more manageable pieces. It’s about defining and prioritizing the steps needed to get from where you are now to where you … [Read more...] about Strategy: How Do You Get There?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Founder and Managing Principal of DBP Institute . I help companies transform technology and data into a valuable business asset. Today, organizations of all types are looking at leveraging data and analytics (D&A) for improved business performance and outcomes. D&A can provide EBITDA (Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) increases of up to 25% according to a McKinsey report. Nine of the top ten innovative companies globally, as rated by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), are data firms. However, despite being data-rich and having high data analytics ambitions, the BCG report also notes many companies are poor in delivering business value from D&A projects and only a few achieve those ambitions. Statistically, only 20% of the D&A solutions deliver business outcomes and 87 percent of D&A projects never make it to production. The reasons for the poor dismal metrics on … [Read more...] about Five Key Criteria To Identify The Right Data And Analytics Project
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The Netflix password sharing crackdown is about to begin , but the streaming giant has so far not confirmed how it will enforce it. Netflix recently revealed that password sharing would be stopped by the end of March this year, which has angered many users. As I wrote previously , Netflix knows a lot about you, because it collects a lot of data, including device IDs, watching habits and IP addresses, which can help break down your location if you aren’t using a VPN. Netflix could use this data in its password sharing crackdown, according to a document posted accidentally online by the streaming platform. First spotted by streaming testing and news site The Streamable , the document has now been removed. However, earlier this week, details published in the Netflix help center outlined measures that would help crackdown on password sharing via the devices people use to watch shows and films. This would be done … [Read more...] about Netflix Leak Reveals How Password Sharing Crackdown Could Be Enforced