Last week I read about Meta’s work on AI, and a couple of articles describing AI as a big bubble that’s about to pop. From my perspective, Generative AI is still a very valuable addition to the workforce. So this article covers Projectum’s progress in the field and another prompt you can use as part of the PMO.
Oh and remember that Jetpack has AI now as well? Let’s ask the AI to write a paragraph on Project Management as well.
Hi there, I’m back from a nice vacation. Let’s jump in straight away with what Project Managers and the PMO can expect to get out of (Generative) Artificial Intelligence (AI). I hope you are enjoying the serries so far, with already over 10 articles in total.
In this 14th installment of my “generative” AI series, I delve deep into the world of project management and the PMO. As the boundaries between technology and human expertise continue to blur, project managers are now embracing the power of Generative AI to enhance their decision-making process, streamline operations, and unlock innovative solutions.
Oh, and ChatGPT has a new super power!
I don’t know where the PM and the data scientist come in, but it is dream like, colorful and artistic for sure.
Some actionable items, and a big announcement at the end of the post. Thanks for dropping by another weekly article on Artificial Intelligence and project management.
[Subject: Project Manager at Workplace], [Purpose: Illustration], [Mood: Confident], [Style: Minimalistic], [Background: Solid colour] Create a minimalist illustration depicting a confident Project Manager doing work in an office. Use simple lines and shapes to symbolize the person’s confidence and professionalism. The solid colour background should complement the overall mood and create a sense of professionalism.
I took inspiration from a previous newsletter from Zain.
Microsoft continues its improvements on Artificial Intelligence. And so does the community, with more content that is of interest to Project management and the PMO at large. And, the EU is getting closer to AI regulations, what does that mean for us?
Let’s continue our Artificial Intelligence (AI) conversation. Last week I was in Switzerland for a client engagement. So sorry for missing the last weeks blog post window. It did give me some time to read Life 3.0 some more. I would argue that everyone should get a copy of that book.
As we get back behind our desks and spin up our machines, I’d like to welcome you to another nice article about Artificial Intelligence and what it could mean for you as an employee working in or with a PMO.
Oohh, that’s just nightmare fuel right there. What’s foaming out his mouth?!
This is starting out to grow into a nice set of posts wouldn’t you say? If you want to find all of them, you can go to the category section and read up on other articles in the serries. Seven, well, eight weeks into the articles Microsoft is still working tirelessly to get Co-Pilot solutions into every application of its portfolio.
I took an extra week off-line before jumping back on the blogging task. I hope you haven’t missed me too much. And I’m happy to report that AI hasn’t taken over yet (as far as I can report on such a thing). Let’s take another look at what AI has accomplished, and how it will likely affect you as part of the PMO.