Artificial Intelligence May Not Be So Intelligent
We are excited to share with you the next interview in our “Beyond the Page” series featuring Tim Brodie.
Drawing parallels from his recent article Artificial Intelligence May Not Be So Intelligent, Tim Brodie makes some compelling arguments about the limitations of AI and the irreplaceable value of human empathy in the coaching paradigm. Get ready for an eye-opening exploration as we navigate the vast intersections of technology, AI, and human coaching with one of the best in the field.
As we delve deeper, we examine the profound impacts of the pandemic on societal behaviors. Tim shares valuable insights on the rising antisocial tendencies, reflecting upon the anti-vax movements, divisive protests, and the crumbling of our social structures. Yet, in this era of disconnection, we reaffirm the essence of human connection in coaching. Join us as we contemplate the potential of AI to replace human-to-human coaching and the vigilance required to use AI responsibly. Wrapping up the episode, we express our gratitude to Tim for his contributions and Gary Schleifer reminds you to sign up for your free digital issue of Choice Magazine. Don’t miss out on this enriching conversation, crafted with the intention to ignite your curiosity and challenge your perspectives.
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