How ChatGPT is transforming government services around the world

Several governments have been using ChatGPT to enhance their services and operations in various domains.

The United Arab Emirates was the first to use ChatGPT for utility purposes, such as recommending business names and domain names for startups.

Singapore is developing a chatbot that uses ChatGPT to assist government officials with summarizing material, exploring ideas, and improving writing clarity.

Japan implemented a secured version of ChatGPT for administrative work, such as preparing questions for Diet sessions and recording minutes of meetings.

ChatGPT has incredible potential for good and ill, and it raises some AI concerns such as job displacement, regulation, and misinformation.

The US Senate held its first-ever hearing on artificial intelligence in May, where policymakers and tech leaders discussed the challenges and opportunities of AI development.

The OpenAI CEO testified at the hearing and suggested that AI needs a new legal framework and ethical standards to ensure its safety and benefits.

Japan’s digital minister warned about the effects of AI on elections, as malicious elements could use it to spread false information and undermine democracy.

The Philippines might be next to adopt ChatGPT, as President Bongbong Marcos attracts more investments from tech firms.