Nikesh Gosalia continues talking to Simon Epstein and Will Bailey from 67 Bricks. They delve deeper into the use of ChatGPT in research. Will thinks ChatGPT could increase global inclusivity in research despite its lack of insightfulness, and Simon suggests open access as a solution to the problems posed by ChatGPT. They also talk about using ChatGPT as a kind of rubber duck to talk ideas through and get feedback from. They discuss the future of language models like ChatGPT in the next few years, and Will emphasizes the need for publishers to reimagine their role as digital product companies. The conversation then shifts to Case Genie, which is an AI-powered search tool that can generate search results based on legal case briefs. Will thinks the approach used by Case Genie can also be applied in academic research. Finally, they share their own strategies for staying updated on new developments. Simon adopts a more traditional approach with news websites and YouTube resources, while Will talks to other technologists at 67 Bricks or conferences to find out the latest.
67 Bricks is a technology consultancy company based in Oxford, England, that works with publishers to overcome the ongoing challenges of digital transformation in publishing. Simon Epstein is the Head of Technical Consultancy for Software Development at 67 Bricks. Will Bailey is the Head of Partnerships for Client Services. Connect with 67 Bricks on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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