Growthpreneurs by Shanee Moret

ChatGPT for Business Owners and Creators (Part 2)

January 15, 2023 Shanee Moret Episode 118
Growthpreneurs by Shanee Moret
ChatGPT for Business Owners and Creators (Part 2)
Show Notes Transcript

In this conversation, we talk about ChatGPT for Business, especially if you are a business owner or entrepreneur who wants to reach more of your perfect prospects through content creation. To register for the free LIVE ChatGPT webinar, click here because we are almost at capacity

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ChatGPT for Business (Part 2) 

Shanee´ Moret: [00:00:00] This is going to be an amazing conversation that you can participate in. So this is the beauty of these LinkedIn live audio rooms. And basically what I want this experience to be is for us to all learn from each other of how you are using chat g p t in your business or in your profession, right? So if you wanna participate in the conversation, all you have to do is click the raise hand button so that you could share it with your network.

Shanee´ Moret: Click the three dots at the top of the room, click event details, and then share the event so that other connections in your network can participate and join in while we're live. Cuz obviously, you know, they could only participate while we're live. If you're ready to get this started, uh, put some hearts in the audience.

Shanee´ Moret: I'm gonna bring up Michael. Let's see what he does and how he's using it in his, uh, profession. Michael, what's up? , you have to unmute your mic. 

Unknown: Yeah, I 

Michael: see, I see, I see. [00:01:00] Uh, nice to see you, uh, shanee. Um, so, uh, I haven't really begun to use it yet. Uh, poked around at it a little bit, um, you know, took some, uh, some commentary and, and changed it, uh, utilizing it, uh, the G P t, but, um, uh, also resumes, uh, it's been good for.

Michael: Um, but, uh, yeah, I would love to learn, uh, from everybody here, um, what the best uses are for, for business in general, and then specifically for candidate Collective. I would love to hear if anybody has ideas, um, about how to utilize it for, for 

Andrew Rittler: that, uh, for our company. 

Shanee´ Moret: Yeah. So what are you a recruiting company?

Shanee´ Moret: Well, 

Michael: um, , everybody thinks that, uh, so there's recruiters and there's job boards. Um, and about five, six years ago, uh, It's a kind of a long story solve, keep it short. But essentially somebody opened a restaurant. They asked me for an assistant general manager. I [00:02:00] said, you know, I try to help them. And, uh, I, you know, I asked him for a 10% fee, a friendly 10% fee.

Michael: Uh, he said yes. Um, I went out to try to find somebody, couldn't find anybody, went to work, and my buddy Carl's there and I said, Carl, if you have somebody, we'll, we'll split the fee. Um, so we did that. He had somebody perfect and we put 'em in place, split the fee. So it's a community of chefs and managers in the hospitality industry, uh, culinary industry referring one another to employers as opposed to a recruiter.

Shanee´ Moret: Okay? So, um, I do know someone that could help you. I don't know if he's in the room right now, but if you're in this industry, if you're using it, just raise your. Because, you know, this is what I really want this conversation to develop into, where it's like, Hey, I'm a Conan creator. I mainly do video. This is how it's helping me, X, Y, Z.

Shanee´ Moret: Or, Hey, I'm a recruiter. This is how it's helping me. Or, I'm a job, uh, [00:03:00] seeker. You know, I'm a candidate right now and this is how it's helping me. So, um, I'll wait for someone to, to come up to stage for, for you, Michael, but thank you. Um, and Miss, is that your name? Okay. You gotta unmute your mic. All right. So one thing if you, if you all come to the stage, make sure that you are ready to unmute your mic.

Shanee´ Moret: Raz, Hey, what's going on? Hey, Raz, what do you do and how are you utilizing it in your, in your profession or business? 

Raz Leshem: Yeah, so good question. Uh, so what we do is, uh, we're Alpha financial, uh, algorithmic technology. , we do, uh, various algorithms to trade and invest in the stock market. 

Shanee´ Moret: Oh, 

Raz Leshem: interesting. Um, my job, uh, is the chief, uh, strategist.

Raz Leshem: Like I deal with a lot of research, so I always research, uh, [00:04:00] financial models. I always research new products to, um, uh, import into the company. Uh, and basically Chad g p t has helped me tremendously in that regard. So I'll just give you an example. Uh, we don't just do stock market, by the way. Uh, we are a big fund.

Raz Leshem: We have multiple businesses. Uh, so for example, uh, we want to open a business in the solar industry. And like I know nothing about the solar industry. Uh, so it was really tough to understand the various, um, uh, points that, you know, you need to, to, uh, measure to basically say, okay, this is profitable. Uh, this has future, or this doesn't.

Raz Leshem: and, uh, Chad PT probably saved me about two weeks of just, uh, going back and forth through blogs, uh, um, you know, researching stuff and understanding the business model that I wanted to implement. Um, [00:05:00] so for example, so 

Shanee´ Moret: one, so one question. How do you know that the, just because like, I wanna be like the devil's advocate in this situation, and I think that, um, you probably have the know how or the connections to kind of vet what it's sp spat back at you.

Shanee´ Moret: So if, like, if you don't know solar, how do you know that what it gave you was correct. 

Raz Leshem: Exactly. So that's the main question that a, a lot of people are asking. Um, so you do have to verify it, right? So like, I didn't, uh, I didn't know it at the beginning if it would spew out correct answers or not. Um, but it does give you the framework, so like, For example, I asked it, okay, in Israel, uh, how many square kilometers do you need in order to power the entirety of Israel?

Raz Leshem: Right? So Israel is about, uh, thousand, I think, uh, square, mid, uh, square kilo.[00:06:00]

Raz Leshem: And so it gave me a, a very detailed answer of the calculation of how to, uh, to know how many square kilometers you actually need to power Israel. Turns out it's about between 400 and 480 square kilometers you can power the entire entirety of, of, uh, Israel. So then I went and I went over the calculation, right?

Raz Leshem: So it gave me the formula and then I went over the details and, and um, uh, basically verified that everything is correct. Mm-hmm. . . So, but it That's awesome. It didn't gimme the framework itself, right. So like I wouldn't have come up with, uh, with the framework, uh, in that short of a time 

Shanee´ Moret: span. Yeah, for sure.

Shanee´ Moret: And, and again, like I think the leaders that start using this and use it in a way where, like Raz is saying, you don't just take what it gives, especially if [00:07:00] you don't know the type of industry with what you're asking it. Right. So like, you can't just copy and paste, but most people would, right? This is where people are gonna start to get found out is because they're just copy and pasting things that they, they don't even know is true or not, um, or they don't vet.

Shanee´ Moret: So it's very important. And, and so like building relationships with people, I think the 

Raz Leshem: main, um, yeah, I think like the main thing you have to note that like you have to do is quality assurance. Mm-hmm. . And so this, this is the main job, right? And I think. , it'll get more and more, uh, uh, popular, the qa uh, um, skill, because basically it does everything for you.

Raz Leshem: You just have to make sure that it does it correctly and it uses like, uh, true parameters. Yeah. And it's like extremely impor, extremely intelligent. I think it's much more intelligent than me, uh, that's for sure. [00:08:00]

Shanee´ Moret: Oh, first, I mean, I know it's more intelligent than me. I can't, I can't spit back some answers like that.

Shanee´ Moret: Right. Um, and this is just like the G P T three version. I mean, I've read a thing the other day where it's like the G P T four version's gonna be able to spit back like a 60,000 word book in just like a few seconds. So, um, and 

Raz Leshem: so you can take it much further than that. You can just say, okay, what, what will the, you know, 11th version of tragedy will do?

Raz Leshem: Like, could you write it? Build me a, a $1 billion company and then it'll go out and find the correct, uh, product for the current market state, and then go on and create the ads and target the people based on where they're based, uh, and, and know what to say to them based on what they like. And then do the transactions, deliver the product and do everything automatically.

Raz Leshem: Like where will it go in the future? [00:09:00] You're just mm-hmm. , it's open for the 

Shanee´ Moret: imagination, you know? Yeah, for sure. Thank you for sharing Raz and for everyone. Yeah. Problem. Yeah, you're welcome. For everyone in the audience, I'm gonna be doing a masterclass on this, so if you wanna like, see some of these stuff, uh, visually, especially if you're a small business owner that creates content, some of the prompts that we're using and stuff, then just message me, masterclass.

Shanee´ Moret: But Andrew, what's up? How have you been using it? I see you're in government affairs, which is pretty cool.

Shanee´ Moret: Can you hear him? I can't hear him. Andrew, are you there? Can you hear me now? Yes. Yes. 

Andrew Rittler: Okay. Sorry about that. I had a switch that was turned off. Um, so I do a couple different things. I do, you know, government affairs, community community relations and communications, and I own my own digital marketing firm.

Andrew Rittler: And so one of the things that I've really started to use, uh, chat, [00:10:00] uh, uh, g p T for is to create marketing plans for companies that are going out for, um, companies that are going for, uh, first round funding for with venture capital or grants or things along those lines. You can actually write grants, um, grant, grant papers and things like that, utilizing this.

Andrew Rittler: And so help assisting companies with first round fundraising and, uh, things along those lines are absolute, um, absolutely helpful because what it does is it takes, um, knowledge of a company or a, a vertical space and it gives you back, it spits back those, those things that you, you may not know about rel related to the company.

Andrew Rittler: So if you're in a specific software niche or something along those lines, um, or your client is, is a specific software niche and you don't necessarily [00:11:00] know a whole lot about that specific niche, it will allow you to fill in the blanks. Now granted, like the previous speaker said, you've gotta do spot checks and you've gotta work closely with the client.

Andrew Rittler: But it really is an interesting tool from the standpoint, and, and you're, and that's just scratching the surface. I mean, I've written marketing plans with it. Um, to take to lenders and things along those lines, um, in spaces that I don't know a whole lot of knowledge about. But when you take, when you complete the, the marketing plan and you give it back to a client and your, you know, your, your eyes are dotted, your t's are crossed and it took you, you know, a couple of minutes just to put this marketing plan together.

Andrew Rittler: I mean, granted, there's some formatting aspects you have to do, but it's amazing from the standpoint of being able to really create a knowledge, you know, a knowledgeable, um, base for that. And, and in addition to that, I do blogs, I do, you know, all [00:12:00] kinds of digital content. And this thing really does do amazing stuff.

Andrew Rittler: I worked with Jasper AI before this, um, but this blows Jasper AI out of the. . 

Shanee´ Moret: I love it. Do you think that, uh, the government, cuz I, I mean, I don't know how connected you are or whatever, but, um, yeah. Do you think that there will be, like, they'll block it or they'll be like a different version or? 

Andrew Rittler: So from a regulatory standpoint, we don't, I don't know.

Andrew Rittler: We have not, we have yet to see from a regulatory standpoint what this new technology will have, what kind of effect it'll have on the space. And so until we start to see, so un unfortunately the way that the government works and as a, you know, as a registered lobbyist as well, I also find that you tend, government tends to tackle issues in a react reactionary way, in a reactive way.[00:13:00]

Andrew Rittler: And so if you look at, um, like the recent headlines with, uh, with, uh, Sam, what's his, you know, with, uh, With, 

Shanee´ Moret: um, the FTX guy. ? Yeah.

Shanee´ Moret: Are you there, Andrew?

Andrew Rittler: Can you hear me now? Yeah. Okay, sorry. I, um, if you look at what f at FTX and the headlines, and you see how the governments have reacted, it's always been from a reactionary standpoint. And so, you know, the, the issue comes to bear and then government re reacts and, we'll, what we'll start to see now is over the next, you know, in Congress as well as the state legislatures will start to see bills and legislation that will and regulatory, um, reforms that will take, you know, start to take form based on this particular issue.

Andrew Rittler: And [00:14:00] so with regards to chat, GT, G P T I and, and, and AI as a, as a whole. , I don't know that we've seen or we will see any, you know, a whole lot of, uh, reaction to this until we start to see it used in a nefarious way. Does that make sense? 

Shanee´ Moret: Yeah, absolutely. That makes sense. And I, and I think that like the, I think the danger, like in this type of conversation, is that the speed at which it's growing versus like the speed at which the government moves are two different things, right?

Andrew Rittler: Yes. So having worked in, in the government space for an, uh, United States, I worked for United States Senator for a while, and then I worked in, um, I worked for various agencies. I worked for an agency now, um, with a contract. And it is very slow, very, very, and you have a skillset in a lot of cases, um, from a technical perspective, your [00:15:00] skillsets you have to keep in mind too.

Andrew Rittler: The average age of most government employees that are working on the regulatory side is in the fifties and 60 is 50 and 60 years old. Mm-hmm. . Um, so you're talking right now about folks that are, um, in a space and that are not necessarily keeping up with technology. And that's not, that's not a, a, a bust on them because that's, you know, that's just, they don't have, they don't have a need to do that.

Andrew Rittler: And so when you're dealing with this, this particular type of, type of aspect you have, you know, it's, it's difficult for them to understand from a technical perspective, um, how fast this technology is. mm-hmm. . And so, you know, those reactions and reactive aspects, you know, tend to be, you know, tend to fall behind as well.

Andrew Rittler: So we have yet to see what's, what this is gonna do. I think there's gonna be, I think you're gonna start to see the corporate space have more of a reaction, uh, a quicker reaction to this in regards to, [00:16:00] um, how they, um, how they utilize it and how they, you know, quote unquote ban it, um, in certain instances.

Andrew Rittler: Um, but I think, you know, I think the government's gonna be the last one at the table when it comes to figuring out how this is going to unfold in our everyday lives, uh, from that standpoint. 

Shanee´ Moret: That's awesome. Well, thank you Andrew. I appreciate it. Yeah. Stay on stage if you wanna add some other stuff as the conversation develops, but, uh, thank you so much, Riha.

Shanee´ Moret: Thank you. What's up Riha? I know that you, uh, create content and stuff and how are you using it in your business? 

Reham Sadek: Um, actually this is like something I couldn't believe will happen one day and it's making our job much easier, but again, it'll be like, I don't know what's going to happen next. Like, are we going to use just AI in everything in our life?[00:17:00]

Reham Sadek: Is it going, like, are things going to be genuine? Uh, what do I feel like my feeling is mixed up? 

Shanee´ Moret: Like, yeah, I, what are you going to do next? No, I get it. And I think, um, you know, I, so Mo got, Gott has this, uh, he was like one of the lead people at Google X and, and I heard him talk about this and it's just like, I think that we also.

Shanee´ Moret: are not as cognizant as how much AI we use on the daily basis already. Right. So like from your GPS to just like ads being served to you, to Siri, Alexa, like all of this type of stuff. Like, but right now I think it's just, it's shocking because it's, it gets like, can personalize these answers and spit it back so fast.

Shanee´ Moret: But yeah, I think this is gonna be a huge disruption for many people and for many business owners that don't adapt, which is why I'm having [00:18:00] this conversation. So we could kind of all learn the emotional kind of feeling and strategies to approach this, to leverage it so that you could be a leader. Uh, 

Reham Sadek: I feel that this is going to be something harmful for our children and our.

Reham Sadek: Um, you know, uh, the new generation, like it's, it's fine for us as, as, as grownups to use it for, as a tool in our work. But think about the new generation, how they will use it, how they will use it in their essays. How, how things will, like we fight plagiarism, right? Right. We are all about, uh, genuine work, you know?

Reham Sadek: Mm-hmm. , how can we differentiate now betw between somebody who's, who's like taking hours in preparing his essay and another person who's like, uh, brilliant in using that gadgets and he will get something [00:19:00] similar to somebody who's working like for hours. Mm-hmm. . So where, where is, where is that like our children will be affected with this, our gen new generations.

Shanee´ Moret: Yeah. Who wants to add to that on the stage? I got, I, I, I'll, 

Jayce Grayye: I'll go 

Andrew Rittler: ahead and edit that cause I kind of talked a little bit about. , you know, the government reaction to that and, and, and Raham, I think the concern that you have is valid. I also think that that is, um, and thank you for that because that, I think is where the, um, where the, the government aspect of this, uh, Shawn is really gonna come into play.

Andrew Rittler: And I think the, you know, the, the distinction between how we, um, how we, uh, interact with AI and then how we, um, and, and, and how it takes over, you know, and how we interact with, with the plagiarism aspects. I mean, it's gonna require university systems to be able to have pla you know, to have these [00:20:00] detectors that will come in and, and figure, try to figure out, you know, who's utilizing this aspect and, and utilizing this, this, this technology.

Andrew Rittler: Um, and to, to write papers, to have stuff done for them. And I think, you know, it, it, there's, so there where the government's gonna come in, it, it's gonna be the limitations on how it can be used. Um, but again, until they figure out, you know, the broad base usability of this, they're not gonna be able to hone in and figure out how to do that.

Andrew Rittler: So I think there will be a, there will be a period of time where people are going to be fearful of this and they're going to be very concerned about this because we don't simply don't know what, how the government's gonna react to that. And also I think while in the short term those, uh, those concerns are valid in the long term, I don't necessarily think that's gonna be the case.

Andrew Rittler: Yeah. And I'll just, yeah. 

Unknown: Andrew, Andrew, I wanna add here. My name is Paul. I'm working in the space of, uh, digital [00:21:00] transformation. . Yeah. So in in, in terms of, uh, if, if we look into content marketing, that's a disruption. That's fair enough. But how ethically we will use this, that's a big question because if we look into the public sectors are healthcare sectors, they are not ready to face this kind of a bombshell because in the market there is already ransomware, the service, and kids are sitting on the table and they're cloning from the different internet scripts.

Unknown: And if you give this to the kids in the sitting school and they type, okay, how to attack this and that and, and, and, and that's, that's a totally disaster for, for businesses. It's, and in, in industry I see that, that we need to look at how we can protect our critical infrastructure and businesses, because that's a point.

Unknown: I don't know how in which direction we'll take, because as Reja mentioned, that [00:22:00] we are in the mature age, but kids don't care about that. And if we look into usability of data and, uh, drivers of businesses, they take security. I'm not gonna advocate security, but I'm just sharing my concern. They take as a commodity and they're not really focusing on the security of the business around, uh, their digital consumer.

Unknown: They're just focusing on roi, how effective marketing, how content is created, how, how processes are going on. But at the end, when one kid, just 15 year old sitting somewhere else in the world and hack that whole company. So that ethical boundaries of this and, and, and this, this gonna be a really, really little in terms of.

Unknown: Uh, in terms of, uh, the security concerns with critical infrastructure, with hospitals, with healthcare, with public sector, with with other industries who are not that level in, uh, level of the security, let's say, [00:23:00] uh, data protection. That, that, that's gonna be a mess. 

Shanee´ Moret: Yeah, and this is like what I was saying to Andrew.

Shanee´ Moret: The speed, the speed at which the government moves is like, you know, how long is it going to, let's just say take them to implement upskilling for leveraging AI in the children's education? Because I know that I'm gonna be interviewing someone next week. He's already leading the way of over a million students in India being skilled on how to leverage this technology.

Shanee´ Moret: So I think that one of the things is like if I, if I have to throw, if I'm someone that has to throw a child in the ocean, I better teach them how to swim, right? And I think that learning the skills to leverage this technology is. Non-optional at this point. Like, we're not gonna stop it. I could tell you that right now.

Shanee´ Moret: Reham, no. So teach your children how to use it. Yes. 

Reham Sadek: Yes. Not only the problem is, [00:24:00] uh, we have done lots of researchers that our children, uh, that were, uh, growing up without any kind of, um, uh, times to, uh, learn or, uh, they have the tablet in their hand, or the phone in their hand from one and a half years old.

Reham Sadek: Now, the, a one and a half year old can handle an iPhone and, and get everything he wants on the iPhone. Okay. 

Shanee´ Moret: You know what happen. Yeah, I get that. So one, so one second Rehan because, one second, because I understand what you're saying, but we could have a different room cuz I like, I wanna keep the listeners in mind they came to learn about the business side of it, right?

Shanee´ Moret: So, um, we could have like chat g pt, like ethics room and you know, I'm open to hosting that topic like next week. I don't care. Um, you know, chap G P T for, for, for children room. Um, but yeah, let's move forward and it's definitely [00:25:00] something right? Like, uh, that we should talk about. It's just, I don't think it's the room cuz I can't change the top of the title.

Shanee´ Moret: Um, but Khali how are you using it in your business and what do you do?

Jesse Witham: We mainly, 

Unknown: yeah, so No, no, I'm, I'm, I'm more exploring that, uh, part of with, uh, respect to end user education. Learning and development part with, with, with different context. It's really useful, uh, to educate the people and, uh, to enable them in end user, uh, adoption and the change management perspectives.

Unknown: And, uh, that's, that's gonna be really helpful for the businesses, I would say, because it's give us a centralized way to educate our end users with the right content, with the right approach, right? Usability, where the people lacks in, in, in technology transformation, 

Shanee´ Moret: let's say. [00:26:00] Yeah, that's gonna be the automation part's.

Shanee´ Moret: Interesting. I'm already saying like, um, I'm, I already saw something yesterday where like, this software's coming out where it could take a lead of yours or something, put it into Salesforce, describe what the first touch of the lead is, and then, um, kind of like put a whole persona into it and a follow up thing.

Shanee´ Moret: And that whole thing was automated. . 

Unknown: Yep. Because, uh, let's say they take the example of Microsoft is investing huge money into that. So my background with Microsoft, I work for Microsoft, so they are actually bringing in that into, uh, office suite, let's say. And there you can get a builtin template and how to correction and lots of workflows.

Unknown: I think it's gonna be a fun ahead in productivity and collaboration and uh, if Microsoft really invests wisely, that's gonna be a game changer for them. That if, if, if they pull data correlation, [00:27:00] uh, uh, your connections, uh, they enhance the business connections, let's say, uh, with, with, with data correlations.

Unknown: So that's, that's gonna be awesome if, if you get that DPT directly into your office after mobile apps into Word or PowerPoint or Excel, they will do the magic out. 

Shanee´ Moret: Yeah. And yeah, for sure. I, I saw that they may make the move. So, uh, for everyone who shared the room, uh, I appreciate you. We have over 14 shares.

Shanee´ Moret: I wanna say who you are, but if you haven't yet, you know, the only way that people can in your network can come participate is, uh, if you share the room. So click the three dots at the top right of the room, you'll see the event, and then you could click share. Uh, I wanna for the 16 of you who have shared, say, thanks to Adam, Angela and Manuel Kumari, Sriram, Hoang, Muhamed, VIN Bernard, and others.

Shanee´ Moret: It's like freezing on me. Tan veer. And [00:28:00] Leslie, uh, and others. And for those of you who haven't, don't be greedy. You know, this is the chance for people in your network to, uh, participate and come to the stage. If you wanna come to the stage and share how you've used it in your business, then go ahead and, and raise your hand.

Shanee´ Moret: I wanna hear from a lot of people. Yeah. I like the, 

Jesse Witham: sorry, cut, John. I was about to say, I like, Came in kind of late, I guess. So the, I reason, I haven't posted it yet, but as soon as we are done with it here, then I'll, I'll end it cuz it's saying, would you like to jump in at 10? So I don't wanna post it right now.

Shanee´ Moret: Oh, no, no, no. Go ahead. Jesse what I will, 

Jesse Witham: you'll shoot me maybe like the next date that you have planned. If you have that planned, um, then I can, you know, post ahead of time. Yeah, 

Shanee´ Moret: that's fine. Don't worry about it. . Uh, so my 

Jesse Witham: working groups or something, but, um, like, I just wanted to make one point if I could, I don't know if you're on a time schedule here, but, um, uh, the reason I clicked on it was strictly for business.

Jesse Witham: And, um, I, I wanted to say that I [00:29:00] actually think it's a good thing and I don't think that anyone has anything to worry about in terms of, um, you know, cause I, I, I employ a lot of content writers and that's the first thing they did was come to me like, oh, are we gonna lose our jobs? And like, not at all. If anything, this just enables us to turn every content writer into an editor.

Jesse Witham: Mm-hmm. , you know, so, uh, you can, we can write content at the speed of light, basically. And then as fast as an editor can edit and publish, you know, then it's a unique piece of content 

Shanee´ Moret: because no, they could spend more time on better ideas instead of the writing process. It's not, 

Jesse Witham: yeah, exactly. And you can still give 'em a brief as long as you want.

Jesse Witham: You can give 'em a brief, you can give 'em a tone of voice, you can give 'em, uh, sources whatever you want, right? I mean, you can be as, as lazy or as advanced as you would like on this. And that's why I said in terms of ethics, I'm not speaking on ethics. I'm strictly speaking on business. So, you know, if, if I want to write.

Jesse Witham: Um, if I wake up in the [00:30:00] morning and there's, you know, a, a story that's really hot and breaking and I have, uh, a network of 500 sites that are news sites, and I, I want 500 articles up in the next 10 minutes. That used to be impossible, but it's not with this now, you know, if I have 30 editors, 

Shanee´ Moret: do you know of an extension?

Shanee´ Moret: So does anyone know of an extension that exists already where it's like, if an article is written in chat, g p t, if it's like approved, it could like post to your site? Oh, of course. 

Jesse Witham: Yeah. Yeah. I already have one. Yeah. If you wanna DM me, I have one that, um, it pulls the top 10 stories of the day, um, from Google News each morning, and it will automatically, um, write them plus an extra thousand words.

Jesse Witham: Um, so like if it's a 2000 word article, they'll make it a 3000 word article, but it's a hundred percent unique. You run it past Grammarly. Copyscape and plagiarism [00:31:00] tests and, um, my, my is said 95 or higher. So 95% or higher. Um, that means it's absolutely not plagiarized in the slightest. Well, don't keep 

Shanee´ Moret: it as secret.

Shanee´ Moret: Jesse. Share it with the room. , what's the 

Raz Leshem: extension? I'm dying to 

Jesse Witham: hear. Hold on. I, I honestly didn't know anything about this room until just now. I popped up so I know nothing about, um, this, but um, hold on. Gimme one second. Um, there and there's a couple of them. 

Shanee´ Moret: Um, yeah, and there will probably be like a hundred more.

Shanee´ Moret: I'm just asking. 

Jesse Witham: Oh, because oh my God, there will be so many. This is just, just now starting, you know? Um, and, but what, what, let me finish what I was saying first about like, uh, The ethics of it, right? Um, there has been spinners for years. This is what I, this is what I really try to get across to content writers and people that get up in arms about how this is cheating.

Jesse Witham: Um, l um, I, myself, we've been using spinners for a decade. Um, there's another, if you wanna go look up, uh, [00:32:00] page Generator Pro, if you wanna look that up while I'm looking for my exact one. It's okay. It's called, it's called Page Generator Pro. And, um, it used to be a $1,500 software. Um, I looked a couple days ago, it was like $200.

Jesse Witham: So , you can tell there value has gone down quickly, but, but all it wa it was like the best spinner ever basically. Because what they would do is, instead of most spinners will just take it and run it through a, a, the. what 

Shanee´ Moret: this one would do. So describe what a spinner is if someone in the audience doesn't know.

Jayce Grayye: Okay. 

Jesse Witham: Okay. Of course, uh, a spinner is something that, um, it takes a piece of content and it runs it through arus. Um, and let's say, uh, um, there's a word where a thesaurus has nine different options, like could possibly replace that word. It will just randomly pick one of those nine and it, and it'll insert it in.

Jesse Witham: Um, and so that's what a spinner is. Um, and then, uh, so what [00:33:00] made this one more unique is it would translate it into another language and then spin it and then take it back to your native language and spin it again. So you're getting four Oh, that's interesting. 400 times unique. What's the benefit of it?

Jesse Witham: Um, well, here the, the benefit is you're getting 400 times the, the possibility of it being completely unique. . Okay. Now, I'll tell you the condo, there's one, there's one negative. The one negative is you're gonna run into, um, occasionally, and this is, it very really is. Occasionally we're talking about less than 1%.

Jesse Witham: Like I, I saw a title on one of my sites the other day. Um, headline was, uh, you know, um, instead of Dwayne, Dwayne, the Rock Johnson's new movie, it says something about, um, Dwayne the Pebble Johnson teams with so and so, right? , 

Shanee´ Moret: that's hilarious. 

Jesse Witham: But, but, but guess what? I got editors to take care of that. You know what I mean?[00:34:00]

Jesse Witham: So I'm saying like, uh, that's what, so you don't have to lose jobs. You, you, you just become so exponentially faster. Uh, the, if I have 30 people that I've trusted forever to write great content, now all they have to do is just perfect content and expand upon it. And, um, and it's just everything gets done so much.

Jesse Witham: More, faster and so much more efficient. Now, uh, let me answer your question here. Um, the one that I like most so far is, uh, I do everything on Word for us. By the way. Everything, like most people, um, uh, uh, G p T three space, ai space content space generator. 

Shanee´ Moret: Okay? And, um, Raz is typing. . 

Jesse Witham: Listen, once you're in here, I won't take up too much time.

Jesse Witham: I don't, I, uh, again, I have, I have no idea if you had a existing scheduled 

Shanee´ Moret: or, yeah, yeah, it's 

Jesse Witham: scheduled, but. So, um, [00:35:00] you, you, you'll get in here, you'll see settings where you can set things, everything from like, you know, like how, uh, do you want this thing to really be ballsy and like go for, you know, like, uh, uh, uniqueness and, uh, really weird obscure words, or you want it to kind of stay within like, um, the normal nomenclature of daily business life or, or, or what, you know, whatever it is you're doing.

Jesse Witham: Um, or also things like temperature, um, temperature, um, max token, the temperature setting is, is like, um, the tone randomness. That's actually the, the randomness of, of an output. So when it's completely done, um, how, how random will that, uh, . Um, b so that kind of comes down to, I guess, more of a, uh, a plagiarism, you know, but still, I've never seen anything below a 97 ever, and I've probably done 70 or 80,000 articles, um, you know, just testing.

Jesse Witham: Mm-hmm. . Um, and then [00:36:00] there's, you know, uh, I mean, it is not boring, but the frequency penalties ap, you can do everything you possibly could imagine to customize this thing. Um, and, and then when you get to like, uh, SEO and content, you can pick, uh, uh, the one I have, um, has 21 languages. Mm-hmm. , but I know of another one that has, uh, 130 languages.

Jesse Witham: Um, So, I mean, but at least this one has like the top like 30, right? Mm-hmm. . So the top 30 languages. So what you could do is, again, I have, I'm not doing this, but you could go in there and you can, uh, you could, you could write an article and in one article have your best editor, edit it, take it, and then you can, uh, put, you could make 500 versions of it pretty quickly and then put it in 20 different languages.

Jesse Witham: Now you have a thousand articles, you know, all within maybe, I don't know, 10 

Shanee´ Moret: minutes. And is this the same one, the content generator that does this or is this a different thing? [00:37:00]

Jesse Witham: No, no, same thing. I'm just showing you. Okay, cool. Um, like, yeah, it actually says, uh, there's tabs, like there's AI engine, there's content, and under content you'll see how many headings do you want?

Jesse Witham: Because, you know, like after the helpful content update, um, you want a lot of, you want a lot of headings, you want a lot of, uh, internal linking. You want a lot of, uh, like taglines, listicles, uh, like this thing knows what, uh, Google's most recent algorithm wants to see. So, um, you can say, L give me seven to 10 headings.

Jesse Witham: Um, you know, whatever seems natural, uh, it's good to give it a range. Um, and it says, uh, add an image. And when you add that image, um, you know, optimize everything from the, um, WebP extension, all the words before it to the, uh, all, all five are filled out. Mm-hmm. . So what is it? All text description, um, uh, caption, everything.

Jesse Witham: Everything's optimized for whatever you have in your, uh, Um, [00:38:00] uh, SEO settings In Rank Rank, I use Rank Math. 

Jayce Grayye: Well, 

Shanee´ Moret: thanks, Blake. Do. Yeah, Raz, go 

Raz Leshem: ahead. Make the, uh, the publishing, uh, aspect of it. Yeah. So like how do you publish, for example, 500 articles? 

Jesse Witham: I mean, I would never publish 500 on one site, but, um, I, you can do this thing called bulk Content Writer.

Jesse Witham: Mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. and under bulk content writer. Um, you can do, um, uh, you can do, uh, 20 at a time. So you can, you can publish 20 articles at a time to any site that you have your a p i key attached to, because, you know, they charge you for this, you know what I mean? You, nothing's free. So, uh, it's pretty, it's really cheap right now, but like, as people like find ways to do really crazy, that's another thing.

Jesse Witham: You have to think of the crazy, the crazier the idea, the more intense. of a project, something is, is performing. Mm-hmm. , the more it's costing that person to do, you know, all, all I'm doing is text, [00:39:00] so it's costing me almost nothing. Mm-hmm. , um, right. But you know, you can do a bulk, so you can say like, do 20 at a time.

Jesse Witham: Um, and then, you know, you grab those 20 maybe a one in each language and then, you know, uh, you can go put, and again, I'm learning too. We're all learning. Yeah. 

Shanee´ Moret: We're, and, and like, I think like, it just so happens One second, Jesse, because I think like even a month from now, like all, like, just with what you said, there's so many like transitions that I think there, this is such an opportunity for people that code and stuff, because like if you could create a seamless one that like puts everything together, from idea to con content.

Shanee´ Moret: Once it goes through quality assurance, it can get, let's say, um, developed into different languages, posting to different websites. Mm-hmm. , like all in a streamline, like That's amazing. You know, instead of jumping from here to there and like, you'll Exactly. We'll experience that's coming. Thousands of companies coming in the next month.[00:40:00]

Jesse Witham: Yep. Yeah. Like how many people, right? I don't even know how many people are in here right now, but how, how many people? Um, 200. Like when you're in Lighthouse, right? When you're in Google Lighthouse doing a speed test, you might have a hundred on three out of four, but when you look at that performance score, it could be 12 in the red.

Jesse Witham: Do you know what I'm talking about? Yeah. Yeah, half 

Unknown: this 

Jesse Witham: room, half this room probably knows that. Well, you can use this to just say, Hey, um, you know, here's my username and password. Um, you know, log, log in, um, uh, fix anything that has to do with these following items. Do not touch anything but these following items.

Jesse Witham: And you can put, um, you know, uh, uh, JavaScript unification, change all images to web P, whatever it is, you know. Oh, that's brilliant. Yeah. Just whatever Lighthouse spits out the problem is, um, you know, because, I mean, I, anyone who's really [00:41:00] interested hit me up in a dm. I have a screenshot. I, I got one that's, uh, 199, 100, 100.

Jesse Witham: So it's, it was a 3 99 out of 400. And it, it, it took me maybe like 15 minutes to do it. Um, but one thing I really wanna get through to people though, who, who, who are still worried about how this is like, really gonna take over and, and, and change everything. Like, uh, I, I wanna let you know, as a 22 year vet in the SEO industry, this happened 15 years ago when spinners came out.

Jesse Witham: Mm-hmm. and everyone said the same thing. Uh, SEO's dead sky is falling. No one's, there's never gonna be good content. Nothing's gonna be trusted, you know, but still people, 

Raz Leshem: but can't Google just reverse engineer it. So can't Google. Just send a request to like tragic PT and see what it spills out, and then compare it to the article on your site.

Andrew Rittler: Google's actually building their own system for this. They're building Sparrow right now. [00:42:00]

Unknown: Yeah, everyone's doing their own. So like I, I think that I am Adam, by the way, I'm an investor out of 

Jayce Grayye: Atlanta, 

Shanee´ Moret: mainly in real estate. Hey Adam, I'm sorry you had to wait so long, but go ahead. How are you using it? 

Unknown: Yeah, so kind of like Jesse, um, I use it for like my content creation.

Unknown: Well, he has a massive team. I think it's going to allow a lot of people like myself who doesn't not, I'm not a good writer. I think I was a victim of like No Child Left Behind with my writing skills. So it's gonna allow more people to be able to better communicate and to be able to create more content.

Unknown: Cuz I'm doing like a YouTube channel, also have a newsletter and write like a ton of emails and everything. And like I said, I'm not a good writer. Yeah. So it's allowed more people like me to be able to get what's in my head into text or what's in my head into a YouTube script. So 

Andrew Rittler: while it might 

Jayce Grayye: be scary 

Unknown: for a lot of people in terms of, oh, it's like stealing jobs or whatever, 

Jesse Witham: like Jesse's gonna allow people to create.

Jayce Grayye: [00:43:00] Level 

Unknown: of, yeah. And all the people like myself to act like a content creator, act like an editor, act like a copywriter. Mm-hmm. . So appears to be more small businesses like myself, I guess, that are gonna spur that didn't have the confidence or the ability to write before. Hundred percent. Be enabler of all these small copywriters.

Unknown: Yeah. So 

Shanee´ Moret: one more and then I'll up. Can I? Yeah, Jesse. So one second. Um, yeah, so for everyone in the audience, because I know that like Jesse and Andrew and Adam and, and Raz, I think they're at a higher level SEO, understanding and all this stuff. So I, I do want to serve the audience. We're gonna, like, we're gonna be having a masterclass and Jesse, maybe we can um, maybe we could have you on there for like 20 minutes where you could teach like a beginner kind of thing, maybe for like coaches and consultants that have no idea what you just said.

Shanee´ Moret: What you just said was Chinese. Right. And we have, you can reach out to me. 

Jesse Witham: And I'm, I'm happy to just answer [00:44:00] questions over, over, you know, LinkedIn. Um, okay. 

Shanee´ Moret: So, so this 

Jesse Witham: is, for me, a new, a new project. It's something fun. Everyone's learning together. 

Shanee´ Moret: Yeah. All right. So, and for those of you who kind of want more entry level thing, you wanna see a visually, we're, we're gonna be having a masterclass on Friday coming up.

Shanee´ Moret: So message me masterclass, we'll get you the link. It's also in the, uh, comments of the event. Uh, over a thousand people have already registered in just the last week, right? So, and if you're an expert in this and you wanna come and, you know, show people what you got, like visually on a stage, just message me as well, because I want to truly just serve the audience here and not just like the top 1% that understand all of this marketing, uh, jive, uh, Malika.

Shanee´ Moret: What's up? 

Unknown: So I would like to come in from kind of like that beginner standpoint. 

Shanee´ Moret: Well, not a beginner. Me too, me too. . Uh, 

Unknown: I, I wanna come in from that perspective because it was [00:45:00] a lot of great conversation and we've been having these conversations in Clubhouse over the last Okay. Two weeks. 

Shanee´ Moret: So you're a fellow Clubhouse, sir.

Shanee´ Moret: Are you to spend time on Clubhouse? I'm surprised I don't know you from over there. You, you know what? 

Unknown: I may have even followed you from Clubhouse over here into LinkedIn space because I do believe a lot of our clubhouses 

Shanee´ Moret: Yeah, they're, they're spending time on LinkedIn. LinkedIn 


Unknown: yes. So I love the LinkedIn space.

Unknown: Um, I've been in LinkedIn since its creation and um, just really using it to dle, dabble, you know, I'm one of those entrepreneurs, yet I still work a full-time job, but I am a writer. So I found that G P T has helped me, it actually spit out my next book for me. Now, this is where I come back in. I know someone was on the stage and they spoke about, you know, the whole plagiarism thing and me coming from that old school writing background.[00:46:00]

Unknown: And, you know, of course in college it was like, uh, you better be able to justify everything you write and you better cite if you copied it from somebody else. You better give the right, um, quotations, references. So, and just really strict on plagiarism. So we did a testing clubhouse. So it was about a room of us for about maybe about 50 people in a room.

Unknown: And so I said, let's tell Chad g p t to write us a love story with a happy ending. Right? Because I had asked G P T to write me a love story. So it spit me out about four or five paragraphs and about 30 seconds. It was amazing. . But what we found out is if you put in exactly the same search, if everybody puts in exactly the same search, it's gonna spit out exactly the same content.

Unknown: And so then it's a matter of being able to differentiate the content you are asking it to [00:47:00] spell out. Mm-hmm. and being detailed in that. And I think that's where the creativity with Jet Chat G P T comes in. I think that, um, you still have to have a level of creativity and you can't just rely on it to do all of your work for you.

Unknown: But like what the other gentleman was saying about spinner, I wrote that down because that will, that, I think it has to be coupled with something else so that you can get number one creativity. Number two, genuineness. In it and still use it as an aid and not a crutch. Does that make 

Shanee´ Moret: a sense? Yeah, for sure.

Shanee´ Moret: And for me, what really. is going to even be the next level differentiators. Like all of this written content is gonna be, um, produced at scale from so many brands, so many companies. And it's like, okay, that's great. So when the [00:48:00] competition rises there, who's actually gonna get on video? Like, who's a you, you know what I mean?

Shanee´ Moret: And, and then taking it a step further, who's actually gonna host live events like this live conversation, like a live webinar. And when you're thinking, like if you're a coach, if you're a consultant, small business owner, and you're thinking of your personal brand, like the people that know how to play this game with text at scale, you know, how, what's your blue o blue ocean against people like that, right?

Shanee´ Moret: Your blue ocean against people like that is getting on in front of a camera, um, and doing live events. And, and I think that, um, people need to understand where their blue ocean is.

Unknown: Absolutely. I, I think if you're gonna use it to help you write a script, if you're gonna use the content and then go live, because people are still visual. 

Shanee´ Moret: Of course. That's why I had no idea what was being talked about. I was like, I need a screen. I need notes. , I need 

Unknown: to see how to plug it in. Right, right, right.

Unknown: And, [00:49:00] and so I do believe it will help the content writer write better, um, as far as grammar, but just like the guy said who had the 30, um, editors at his disposal. Now yes, those are the big wigs, but what about the little mom and pop shops who might not just, may not have an editor at all? Mm-hmm. , you know, so my business is based on the beginner writer.

Unknown: My, it's based on the beginning writer, but like I said, you're still gonna need someone to go over, you are still gonna have to pay somebody to go over the content you've written to make sure that it sounds information. Yeah. And so, yes, and there are plagiarism, um, Softwares. I know we used them with the University of Phoenix that you could run your papers through in order to make sure that you're not copying someone else's.

Unknown: Because my only downfall to this is if I write something, it goes public, it goes viral, and then somebody else comes back and say, I [00:50:00] have the same article. I wrote my article first. My article is copy written. Now I'm. Right. That's where it gets kinda etchy 

Shanee´ Moret: at. So you Oh yeah. There was a lawyer, I had a conversation like a week ago, and one of the, one of the guys was like, Hey, my demand is gonna about to skyrocket because of the lawsuits that will come out of it.

Shanee´ Moret: And again, like we could talk more about that stuff in an ethics room. But if you are in the audience and you would like to see, you know, visually how some of this stuff works, the prompts, you could ask it, especially if you're a small business owner with five employees, 10 employees, and you wanna learn how to systemi systematize this in your business, customer service transactions, content creation, then message me the word masterclass.

Shanee´ Moret: Like I said, we already have over a thousand people registered because I think we really do need that visual, right? Like it matters. It 

Unknown: definitely matters. I did sign up for the masterclass. Awesome. I did sign up for the masterclass. I'm a visual learner, so I absorb, [00:51:00] um, exa I, I'm kinetic as well, but I absorb when I can actually see it.

Unknown: You know, and, um, yeah, for sure I do believe, I believe it's going to help us, just like Google helped us. I believe that, um, and Wikipedia helped us, I believe if we, like, again, if we use it as a tool and, and not as, okay, this is gonna solve all the problems in the world. Now one person in, in, in Clubhouse said they used it and they wrote a whole program, um, dialogue.

Unknown: And for those that are like really techy, techy, they may be able to come in here and say, Hey, write me a program for a game, gaming software or whatever. And then I guess it's also too who gets to it first. Because like you said, in a case scenario where, you know, I wrote something, somebody else wrote something similar.

Unknown: I published mine, mine goes viral. [00:52:00] Theirs didn't, but they copy wrote theirs before I did. , they can come from me. You know what I mean? So, yeah. You 

Shanee´ Moret: know, I, so, so one of the things also is like for everyone in the audience, like when someone, let's say we all have a hammer wood materials to build a house, right?

Shanee´ Moret: Each of you are serving different audiences. If I build my client to cabin and they want a modern house, it's never gonna, it's not gonna click, right? So one of the superpowers and one of the skills for each of you is the better you get to know your best clients and your best prospects, the more you can win at leveraging this game.

Shanee´ Moret: Because I could create 5,000 articles, but if those 5,000 articles have nothing to do with what my clients actually want to see and what is relevant to them, then it's just gonna be a waste of my time. . So like knowing exactly what your client needs, wants, building relationships with them, [00:53:00] identifying their problems, anticipating them.

Shanee´ Moret: This is who will win in this game because you can put up a bajillion articles a day. If they don't re resonate with the people that are willing to pay you the most with the least resistance, then you're not gonna, it's not gonna affect your business, which is why we're here. Right? Uh, Jace, how are you using it in your business, and what do you do?

Shanee´ Moret: Tell them what you do. 

Jayce Grayye: Hey, SHA, happy Saturday. Hope everybody's having a great day. I, uh, mine running recruiting, 

Shanee´ Moret: uh, bring the energy. Jace, it sounds like you're just waking up. 

Jayce Grayye: Uh, I just finished getting off of another call, so . Yeah. So, uh, you know, long time ago when I was, uh, when I was working, uh, for my family business, one of the most important tools that ever taught me was, uh, you're only as good as your tools, right?

Jayce Grayye: Especially in construction. So I took that lesson with me and I implemented everything that I do. Chat. G b t is, is, is no different, right? It's a tool, but it, it does have its own faults, right? [00:54:00] It's great for giving ideas, but it also, like Malika said, you could find plagiarism in it because it'll give you the same story if you ask for it.

Jayce Grayye: So, you know, there are other tools that you could use that are be a little better. But at the end of the day, as a business owner, for me, it actually allows me to access my state of flow by organizing my steps. And I think as business owners, we need to really tune in into that state of flow in order to maximize our efficiency.

Jayce Grayye: So for me, when, when I'm using within my business, I'm right now outlining exactly like what, what do I need to do as a CMO of my company to scale it? And what are the steps necessary for me, not just to build a brand, but also to make this whole business like to blow it up, right? So, . I, I think overall, it, you could use it, its foundations to organize your thoughts, your steps, what you need to do in order for you to take your business and elevate it to the next steps.

Jayce Grayye: But at the end of the day, it's a tool. It has its own fault, right? So you have to be [00:55:00] conscious and aware of those little things because if you rely solely on it, again, you know you're gonna find the problems in there. Uh, I think there was a guy earlier that said, you know, that there's certain tools he uses for that, and that's great, right?

Jayce Grayye: We have to learn how to utilize that between, let's say, like a copy AI or a dashboard that allow you to have more creativity in what you wanna say. So, 

Shanee´ Moret: I honestly can't, well, Angie, I, I personally believe like this is gonna move so fast that I think like the tools mentioned will probably be replaced in three weeks with better ones.

Shanee´ Moret: You know, because, oh, people recognize the opportunity of like syncing this with things that business owners need, and they're developing it as we 

Jayce Grayye: speak. . I don't doubt that one bit. I I don't think it'll take three weeks. I think it'll probably take a little longer, maybe a year. But to go ahead and, and for it to fully operate the way it needs to be.

Jayce Grayye: But I do think, you know, eventually, I, I've been saying this and I, and I firmly believe this, I, it's, [00:56:00] we're gonna get to a point where, uh, even the sales teams, I could see sales teams being run by ai. And if you don't see that and you think, oh, the human interaction, like, come on, stop playing yourself. You have Siri on your phone that assists you, you have Alexa at home, what is that next step that's gonna evolve?

Jayce Grayye: And it's gonna be that human touch, right? That could still take place. And then from there, Shana, you, you said it before, I believe where you say the, once you know how to use it to their advantage as a tool for whether if it's content, whether for whatever it is, those are the ones that we're gonna thrive.

Jayce Grayye: And if you can't see that far down the road, then, you know, back then nobody saw that we could fly planes. . Now we have rockets taken off and landing back. So if you really can't see 

Shanee´ Moret: the, what about, forget about playing social media five years ago. You know, people were like, oh, social media is a joke. It's never gonna matter in anyone's business.

Shanee´ Moret: 10 years ago, especially now, people, uh, kick themself in the butt for not building a brand.[00:57:00]

Shanee´ Moret: Oh, 

Jayce Grayye: 1000%. 1000%. Think about how companies like Nike, Adidas, right? Those are brand companies, imagine how they're gonna use it. But I think this, I think companies that are corporate companies that I, I don't think they're gonna implement it yet. Those companies always take the longest implement because they already have a structure in place that already works for them.

Jayce Grayye: And the biggest scarcity they have is imp putting something in place that they know is not proven that could take money away from their table. So I think right now, this is the perfect opportunity for small business owners to really hone in on these new tools that are, are being given to them in order for them to grow their company successfully.

Jayce Grayye: So it, it's really gonna be an interesting, interesting 2023, uh, 23 cuz we should started the year and we're getting all these great tools ahead of us, but, uh, I think those who really maximize and u knows how to utilize it will be the ones really taking home the bacon this year. 

Shanee´ Moret: Yes. And again, we're gonna be going through how to use this if you're a small business owner in your content, doing video scripts for you, [00:58:00] webinar type stuff, uh, email campaigns, customer service responses.

Shanee´ Moret: And we're gonna be doing walking through the steps visually, step by step in the masterclass. So message me masterclass, uh, because I think that if you miss that you're missing out on a big opportunity to learn. Sally, what's up? How, how, what do you do and how are you using it? Hello? 

Sally: Well, it's been quite exciting.

Sally: I think I started getting on charge G P T within Christmas time. and I was almost kicked out by my family because I, it still wasn't making sense to my teenage kids, but to me, I'm looking at, with what I do, it's, it's making a huge difference. I work with thousands of youth across Sub-Saharan Africa and, uh, we so much train on twin first century scale.

Sally: So this are year that are trying to get into coding, robotics, [00:59:00] ai, iot, ot, and looking at all these and how easily they can learn what looked so complex to them. We had a workshop last week when they saw, oh, so we can easily make websites. That was life changing and just getting a lot of them, especially educators, to have an appreciation of these digital platforms, how they can easily create content and much more customization of lesson plan.

Sally: so far, I think I could be on my 10th workbook. And the beauty is you work on this workbook using chart d pt, uh, you do graphics and you give it free to kids where they can then work on it, even if it's online. Some of them you're forced to print. Of course. I mean, so it's, it's, it's the dynamics where yes, we could be skeptical, it could be this and that, but uh, [01:00:00] this is life and we need to accept change.

Sally: I think it's so much more of we scared of change and too much analysis just creates policies. So as we've opted to jump into it, I'm so much looking forward to your masterclass. Thanks. And I thank you your internet and your service . Cause I'm gonna bring the entire. . I just wish, 

Shanee´ Moret: I just don't want us to miss something.

Shanee´ Moret: Oh my God. That's awesome. . Uh, you should take a picture of the class during the masterclass. That'd be cool. . 

Sally: I will. Cuz obviously for us on your masterclass, um, some of us will try to get them actually, but we do a lot of in-person classes. We obviously have the usual challenges. Um, kids don't have, they come to our center where they can then use our laptops.

Sally: They can use our internet. But then also the smartphone penetration in Africa is very high. Mm-hmm. and our internet prices are getting better and better. So sometimes we just, um, give them data and we have them access [01:01:00] from their homes or from schools. So I'm looking forward to doing a lot of workshops within schools and just getting the youth in Africa to know changes here, rise up to the occasion.

Sally: Yeah. I 

Shanee´ Moret: love it. Yeah. Great job. Thank you so much Sally. I really appreciate that Tatiana. Hi. Good morning. Good morning. See, she brings the energy chase

Tatiana: It's because otherwise it's too boring. I don't like boring anyhow. 

Shanee´ Moret: Nobody likes boring. Yeah, no, I don't 

Tatiana: like boring. Forget about it. Nothing a Saturday morning either. Um, I think that, uh, I kind of piggybacking what Jace was saying, what I have used it for, and I don't know if this is legal or not, to be honest with you, uh, every time that I wanna meet a big client, because normally I focus on HR managers and I don't know nothing about the company because there is so many small business owners.

Tatiana: Now, we may be 15 or 20 or [01:02:00] even 30 employees. I don't know if, if the audience knows this, but, um, 65% of business owners in America, they don't pass $1 million. . So it's just, you know, a lot of business owners that are small and they are trying to lower their costs, lower their healthcare, you know, with the older, uh, people that are still longer, so, you know, before they retire.

Tatiana: So when I don't know nothing about the company, I actually put there in, uh, Chad, g p t, eh, for this company or for a manufacturer company, how could I make sure that they maximize their savings in health insurance? And then they give me a whole bunch of knowledge that I didn't have no clue. So I actually looked like I know exactly what they're looking for, but I don't know crap.

Tatiana: Chad g p t told me everything so, . So it has been very helpful in the last, you know, I think that less than a week that I've been using it, remember we got together and I mm-hmm. refused to use it. I'm gonna give in [01:03:00] whatever. So , I had four meetings, and those four meetings were very successful because of that.

Tatiana: Because I didn't know too much about the industry maybe or about the company or anything in between. And then I just asked Chad d p t and he gave me some insight information that I thought that it was valuable to have a minimum conversation 

Shanee´ Moret: on how I,

Shanee´ Moret: did we lose her? I think, uh, Tatiana think we did Okay, you're back. You got cut off. Okay. 

Tatiana: I'm sorry. Um, I was saying that I also believe that, you know, when many people ask me why even start a. when there is all these big companies out there and they can out, you know, beat us, quote unquote with marketing spending millions and millions of us a day, I think that that's the advantage of a small business owner.

Tatiana: We can be very flexible and we can change on a drop of the dime. We can change marketing [01:04:00] strategies without even thinking it's gonna affect the bottom line or not, because we can start very slow or very fast depending how fast we wanna go. Meanwhile, Coca-Cola to make a decision if they wanna use child, G P t has to go, I don't know, through who knows how many hands to realize if they wanna use it or not.

Tatiana: So I think that that's the advantage that we have as a small business owners. Um, so I'm all for it now. I'm a 

Shanee´ Moret: believer. . I love it. Sean Carr, add something real quick cuz we've gone over time in the room, but how are you using it in your business? Oh, well, 

Shankar Poncelet: I have discovered how uh, physicians can use it who are in remote locations, and physicians often need to get a second opinion.

Shankar Poncelet: And I was amazed at how you can enter symptoms of a patient and that it gives you a diagnosis. And then you can ask complicated questions like, is this medication vegan [01:05:00] friendly? Does this medication clash with a certain condition? Uh, this, this patient refuses this treatment. Was it, what is an alternative?

Shankar Poncelet: I mean, it is incredible what this tool can do for clinicians, healers, therapists who are for whatever reason, not able to get a second or third professional opinion. And that is one thing in healthcare that can really, really make a difference in reducing cost and also in, um, reducing misdiagnosis. So I'm gonna keep, so 

Shanee´ Moret: I have a question, and I, I think we could discuss this in the AI ethics room, but when you get a second opinion as a physician from another physician are like, do you tell your patient, Hey, I got a second opinion from a physician.

Shanee´ Moret: And then how is the patient gonna feel when the physician's like, yeah, I got a second opinion from chat G P T? Uh, that's a good 

Shankar Poncelet: question. I mean, uh, [01:06:00] usually, uh, I don't know. Do you have some physicians that are reluctant? 

Shanee´ Moret: Some people in rural area areas are gonna be like chat gp. What ? 

Shankar Poncelet: Yeah. Uh, I mean, uh, if I think, my personal opinion is that if my physician told me, Hey, I use advanced technology to get additional.

Shankar Poncelet: Advice or additional opinion? I, I would like that, I would like 

Jayce Grayye: a physician who embraces that. 

Shanee´ Moret: Yeah. But some people will. Yeah, you're 

Shankar Poncelet: actually right. But they don't have to say, I mean, they don't have to say that. Uh, if they choose, they can say, I'm gonna do additional research and talk to a few other specialists,

Shankar Poncelet: Um, 

Shanee´ Moret: no, it's, and it's an interesting, ethical question. That's the only reason why I brought it up. But, um, yeah, I think that's awesome. And I think we should probably have a room about that. Um, the, yeah, I gotta close down the room though. I promise [01:07:00] the little one. Well, you know, she, she's like, can we go to the makeup store?

Shanee´ Moret: Okay. So now we're gonna go on a little adventure. to the makeup store, and, uh, I gotta keep my promises, sir, just like I keep them tall of you. But if you wanna go to the masterclass, just message me, masterclass and a and you know, we're gonna have it next Friday. We're gonna have more rooms about this next week.

Shanee´ Moret: But I hope you enjoyed the conversation. God bless you all, and, you know, use it, test it, practice with it, and, uh, become the leader within your space on it. God bless you and ciao.