ChatGPT is just one of many ventures pushing the boundaries of large language models and AI. The technology is fascinating, but ChatGPT isn’t the only example. And clearly, the sexiness of the name isn’t what propelled ChatGPT into popular consciousness. Going from an unknown term to mainstream consciousness in less than a month is no mean feat. How did it happen? And what are the implications for information governance professionals?
Guest panelist John Mancini, a renowned author, speaker, information governance expert, and former president of AIIM, joins Jennifer Chadband and Rick Surber, senior analysts from Zasio’s consulting division, for a conversation on ChatGPT, and how it’s affecting the information governance landscape.
During this session, we will also briefly preview an in-person Boise Valley ARMA Chapter event scheduled at the Idaho State Archives coming in May, where Mancini will talk about his exploratory journey through records and archives to find the truth about his family, as detailed in his acclaimed book “Immigrant Secrets.”