In episode #2571, we delve into a recent Harvard case study that looks at how humans using AI can outperform humans who aren’t using AI — by a large margin! With so many changes and advancements taking place in the realm of AI, it can be difficult to stay informed on how best to use this emerging technology. In today’s conversation, we share what we’ve learned from the latest Harvard study and unpack practical use cases for how you should be applying AI. Learn why it’s essential to have human intervention when using AI, how AI can benefit you in the long run, plus how to discern between the three categories of AI. Not every business will be able to fully leverage AI, but you should still explore what’s possible for your company. If you’re wondering about AI and how you can apply it in your business, then be sure to join us for today’s conversation!
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[00:00] Today’s topic: Humans using AI outperform humans without AI by a LOT (case study).
[00:07] The issues that arise when you use AI without human intervention.
[00:29] An overview of the case study on using AI to augment your work.
[02:41] How people overestimate AI in the short term and underestimate it in the long run.
[04:14] A breakdown of the numbers within the Harvard case study.
[05:02] Discerning between the three different forms of AI.
[05:38] Examples of practical use cases for AI that you may not have heard about.
[07:00] That’s it for today! Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe!
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‘Centaurs and Cyborgs on the Jagged Frontier’
‘Navigating the Jagged Technological Frontier: Field Experimental Evidence of the Effects of AI on Knowledge Worker Productivity and Quality’
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