Can ChatGPT give better advice than a common person?




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CTO in Healthcare and Biotech, 11 - 50 employees
It depends on the situation, the context, and if it requires emotional insight.
Director in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
What is your “definition “ of common? Average person in the whole world doesn’t have the equivalent of a USA High School education. However they may have a lot more common sense than the average USA High School diploma holder. Is the advice in the area of science or engineering? Then ChatGPT will beat 80% or more of the global population, but won’t beat most graduates from the McCormick School of Engineering from Northwestern University. 😎
VP / CIO in Healthcare and Biotech, 10,001+ employees
I don’t believe at this stage AI can totally replace human brains.. let us allow this technology to evolve and mature in its pace..
Global Chief Cybersecurity Strategist & CISO in Healthcare and Biotech, Self-employed
ChatGPT's response when I asked it...

"ChatGPT can provide advice based on the information and patterns it has learned from its training data. It has access to a wide range of topics and perspectives, which can sometimes result in unique insights. However, keep in mind that its advice should be taken as a suggestion and not as a substitute for professional advice from experts in specific fields."

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