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How Does ChatGPT Reply to Workplace Ethics Dilemmas

Taking Credit for the Work of Another Employee I was curious to see how ChatGPT would respond to two questions about taking credit for the work of another employee. The responses are below. I was surprised how accurate it was, although a couple of points were overlooked in the first... Read more →


Challenges of Using ChatGPT in the Accounting Profession

Ethical Issues and Risks to Consider It seems that virtually everyone is talking about ChatGPT. Educators fear that students will use it to write term papers. Those in the workplace have concerns about the security and privacy of the data. Ethical issues arise that must be considered. AI ethics managers... Read more →


Will ChatGPT Replace Workers?

How Does it Work? What Can it Do? I have previously blogged about how ChatGPT is affecting the way students learn and raises questions about cheating. It seems as though virtually everyone in education is talking about “ChatGPT.” It’s a potential game-changer for the way students research and write papers.... Read more →


What Does the Fraud at FTX Mean for You?

Transparency and Ethics Are the Keys to Holding the Cryptocurrency Markets Accountable? FTX was considered to be a very stable point in a very volatile world. Having them collapse—or having them conduct fraudulent activity—that is what’s really shocking many people and having a huge negative effect on the entire crypto... Read more →


Dealing With “Quiet Quitting” in the Workplace

Looking at Employer and Employee Responsibilities I must confess that when I read a poll taken by Gallup on “quiet quitting,” I did not know exactly what it meant at first. I thought it referred to the way employees leave their job—quietly and without fuss. Boy, was I way off... Read more →


Ways Businesses Can Humanize the Digital Experience for Employees and Customers

Soft Skills in the Workplace in a Digital World From time to time I post a guest blog when it contains important information. Today's blog is by Charlie Fletcher. Charlie has been a frequent contributor to this blog. You can contact her at: ch[email protected]. Our work lives are becoming more... Read more →