AI: The Intersection of Business Ethics and  Large Language Models

In this course, we delve into the fascinating intersection of business ethics and large language models (LLMs) within the field of artificial intelligence (AI). As AI technology advances, LLMs such as GPT-3 have the ability to generate human-like text, enabling various applications in business contexts. However, this newfound power raises critical ethical questions. Students will explore the ethical implications and societal impact of using LLMs in business, including issues of bias, privacy, intellectual property, and accountability.

By the end of the course, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the ethical landscape surrounding LLMs in business and be equipped with the knowledge to make informed decisions when leveraging these powerful AI tools.

 1 CPE Credit 

Participants who pass the exam will earn 1 CPE Credit from this program. 

Course Publication Date: May 13th, 2023
Course Review Date: May 13th, 2025


Created By:

is Burton

Founder of Executive IT Forums, Inc. Program Director, IT GRC Forum. Chris has been working in the technology content marketing field for over 20 years focusing on enterprise cybersecurity and regulatory compliance in industries ranging from healthcare and finance to manufacturing and retail. In 2008 he founded Executive IT Forums, Inc, and set up the IT GRC Forum to produce educational content for Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (GRC) Executives. Chris is primarily responsible for content design, course development, and delivery of educational programs, and he excels in helping clients to maximize the executive value achieved across GRC campaigns.

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