India Today Technology Desk: If you don’t know how ChatGPT works or how to use AI chatbots efficiently, upGrad can show you how. An edtech company has announced that it will integrate ChatGPT fundamentals into specific course curricula and internal academic procedures to enable hands-on learning for employees around the world. We also introduced an interactive session explaining the structure and functionality of ChatGPT. This includes AI-powered chatbots that engage learners and teach them things like running a company or participating in mock interviews.
They say they will include the basics of ChatGPT in their course to teach professionals how to use the model effectively. We have an AI chatbot to engage and understand your learning needs. Learners can access simulated scenarios that recreate real-life situations, such as running a company or participating in role-specific mock interviews, to help them prepare for job interviews. It won’t be long before ChatGPT is a key skill sought by job seekers.
According to Mayank Kumar, co-founder and MD of upGrad, understanding AI-powered tools is critical for career growth. The integration of ChatGPT and AI-powered chatbots equips learners with the skills they need to excel in the workplace. According to a recent report by TeamLease Digital, about 56% of companies have taken the necessary steps to close the AI talent supply and demand gap, and upGrad is poised to bring his AI-enabled talent to the global economy. You are on the right track to build a strong base. upGrad is committed to closing the AI talent gap and supporting the global economy with its advanced technology.
“Understanding AI-powered tools has become essential for career growth. It is important to educate learners about the complexity of the tools in the beginning. We can support a global workforce delivering exponential business solutions,” said Mayank. Kumar, co-founder of upGrad and his MD, said:
UpGrad’s ChatGPT integration with AI-driven chatbots equips learners with the skills they need to excel in the workplace. The aim is to fill the AI talent gap and support the global economy with advanced technology.