7 Ways to Use Chat GPT (Ethically) in Your Day-to-Day

 While A.I. is the talk of the town, so is this burning question:

Should I use this to write all of my emails?

There’s a lot of a grey area when it comes to the realm of A.I. technology — way more than 50 shades too. So while we figure out what we shouldn’t use it for, here’s a list of seven things you can and should do.

P.S. my favorite use is the last one.

1  - Organizing travel

Had I used A.I. to book my flight, I probably wouldn’t have been a part of the biggest meltdown in airline history over the holidays.

In fact, it might’ve saved me hundreds of dollars to visit my parents.

The catch is Chat GPT doesn’t use the internet for inquiries, which seems crazy considering how much it knows. Maybe it’s a good thing it doesn’t have internet access since the Terminator films live rent-free in my head.

While A.I. can’t book trips for me, it could generate text that outlines a rough plan for a trip, including ideas for destinations, activities, and accommodations.

All I’d need is relevant information about my trip, such as my budget, desired length of stay, and how much time I have for potential activities.

Chat GPT, specifically, could generate text based on this information, and I could use it as a starting point for organizing my travel plans.

Maybe if Southwest had used A.I., they wouldn’t have thrown their public image into the dumpster.

2 - Scheduling appointments or meetings

Chat GPT, specifically, can help you find open slots in your calendar to schedule a dental checkup or suggest times for a team meeting at work.

I struggle to find an opening when I need to meet with multiple team members. So I could write a prompt telling it what my schedule for the week looks like and ask to have it reorganized.

We’ve all got things to do, so why not let AI do the confusing work for me so I can focus on more important tasks?

3 - Researching information


Google is like the old pal you don’t want to hang out with anymore.

There’s nothing wrong with them. They’ve just been replaced by someone else who knows you better and can answer 99% of all the questions you’ve ever had.

Regarding research for an article, a YouTube video, or personal inquiries, Chat GPT can help by finding resources.

It can even tell you things you probably don’t need to buy anymore.

4 - Translating text or speech


I probably won’t use this much, but you might.

But imagine the possibilities of using this in your line of work. If you need to talk to prospective clients who speak a different language now, you can.

And you might think, “Well, Google can do this,” and it can. All I’m saying is A.I. offers another option instead of the clunky Google setup.

All you have to do is ask, “Please translate the following phrase into Mandarin,” and it’ll do it the best it can.

5 - Creating content


Listen, I’m not about to tell you to use A.I. to completely replace the need to write a script or a blog post.

You can do that, but your writing will be about as bland as unseasoned, oven-baked chicken breast. Robots cannot replace your creativity. But they can help you be more creative.

How? Chat GPT can assist with writing tasks by suggesting ideas for a blog post about healthy eating habits or generating an outline for a research paper. Whatever your niche, it knows it.

Ask it to write ten blog ideas about relationship advice for single people in their thirties, and it’ll give you a place to start. Pick an option, start writing, and you’ve just saved yourself 30 minutes of idea brainstorming.

With GPT taking care of those tasks, you can focus on the actual content creation.

6 - Providing recommendations


In general, Chat GPT can recommend anything.

What it’s done for me is help me make decisions. You just have to ask a few questions to get to exactly what you’re going for.

So if I wanted a new book about productivity, the A.I. would return a few options. But I could be more specific; I could say: “Please create a list of five books for millennials that covers personal finance, productivity, and building a side hustle into a business.”

Of course, I could go to a bookstore and look for these myself, but here’s what it said:

1. The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco

2. Atomic Habits by James Clear

3. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki

4. You Are a Badass at Making Money by Jen Sincero

5. The 4-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss

It doesn’t matter what you’re looking for, it’ll give you options. I honestly don’t know what else to say.

7 - Finding cooking recipes


If you have a specific ingredient or type of dish in mind, Chat GPT can help you find a recipe that fits your needs.

Ask for a recipe for a vegan lasagna or a chicken stir-fry, and it will return a list of options for you. And if you don’t feel like going to the store, you can ask it to suggest a recipe that uses ingredients you have on hand.

A.I. technology has a bazillion practical uses that can make our lives easier and more efficient.

While it’s essential to be mindful of the ethical considerations of using A.I., there’s no denying that it can, and will continue to be a valuable tool in many aspects of our daily lives.

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