For an endeavor, would you consider ChatGPT to be your co-founding partner?

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Director ERP Management in Travel and Hospitality, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
No, I recently found it's missing information.
CIO in Energy and Utilities, 11 - 50 employees
Not at the moment. It clearly states that its information in no up-to-date and surely are lots of opportunities.
That doesn't mean that it would be very useful in providing points of view we are missing, but at this moment I think accountability is a key factor in decision-making if risks are important.
CTO in Consumer Goods, 11 - 50 employees
ChatGPT is a stochastic parrot and doesn’t understand the things that it asserts. It has no connection to the world so it’s model isn’t grounded or updated on reality. It’s training data set is now two years old, so it has no new information on developments since then. Worst, it’s not an intelligent agent! It doesn’t have knowledge, understanding, reasoning, empathy, the kinds of things you might look for in a partner.
Director of IT in Software, 201 - 500 employees
No. It can be a useful tool, but of Q1 2023 is still in its infancy. I'd rather rely on humans for co-founding partners :)
Co-Founder in Services (non-Government), 2 - 10 employees
CEO in Software, 2 - 10 employees
In my point of view, ChatGPT is a powerful tool that can assist with certain tasks but does not have the ability to make decisions or contribute to the strategic direction of a company.
President in Software, 51 - 200 employees
I don’t think “co-founding partner” is the right way to describe it. “Co-pilot” or “expert assistant” or “right hand” might be more accurate. I do believe it will enable a whole new generation of solopreneurs who are able to build and run relatively complex businesses without needing to hire or manage employees.

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