Shomron Jacob, on ChatGPT

ChatGPT is all the rage.

Shomton Jacob joins Rick this week.

“In an era where data privacy is paramount, Zoom’s decision to train its AI models using certain customer data, as per their updated terms, underscores the delicate balance tech companies must strike between innovation and user trust. While the move aligns with Zoom’s AI ambitions, it also amplifies the broader debate on the ethical boundaries of AI training. As consumers, it’s crucial we stay informed and exercise our rights, especially when our data becomes a pivotal asset in shaping the future of technology.”

ChatGPT has taken the world by storm. Many people are eager to see how it works and use it themselves, but some people may have questions on how to actually use it.

When it comes to sports, Shomron helps clear up some of the mystery.

ChatGPT is great. However, it needs to be used as a tool, not a substitute for actual content creation. It is helpful for building outlines. Most importantly, remember that it cannot generate new ideas. It can only analyze information. is a developer of AI-powered low-code software intended to accelerate innovation projects within large enterprises. They have deployed at scale with several global enterprises, such as Circle-K, Pampered Chef, Ulta Beauty, Driven Brands, Jockey, and others.