How Association Leaders are Using Artificial Intelligence Today
The role of AI is changing how everyone looks at doing business
At the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP), conversations around AI started surfacing five years ago both internally and externally. "While informative at the time, ACOFP's collective leadership wasn't ready to spend much time or resources on further exploring it due to other priorities at the time, the hands-on nature of member's work, and then the onset of the pandemic," said Bob Moore, MA, MS, FASAE, CAE, executive director of ACOFP and the ACOFP Foundation.
This year, the AI conversation ramped up amongst the ACOFP senior staff team.
"One of our team members recommended that we create an organization account and pay for the upgraded ChatGPT service so that the IP/content created is protected and not publicly accessible," Moore said. "We have also formed an internal task force to pull together resources on utilizing AI in the workplace, creating use cases and, ultimately, recommendations and parameters we should consider moving forward."
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