Category: AI in the Workplace

  • Building practical AI fundraising  workflows using ChatGPT

    Building practical AI fundraising workflows using ChatGPT

    If you’re ready to start working with AI right now (and you should be), you don’t have to wait for the Microsofts and Googles to get up to speed. You can start building practical AI workflows right now, using the most available and accessible AI tool for nonprofits: ChatGPT. Why ChatGPT? Know your ChatGPTs If…

  • Try FundraiserGPT

    Try FundraiserGPT

    Simplify the task of creating fundraising content with high-quality drafts for fundraising campaigns. FundraiserGPT is an AI-powered fundraising assistant designed to improve the productivity of professional fundraisers working with charities and nonprofits. Tap into the power of ChatGPT to create review-ready content for fundraising appeals, social media, and websites. FundraiserGPT will save fundraisers valuable time…

  • Will ChatGPT take over your fundraising job?

    Will ChatGPT take over your fundraising job?

    AI Chatbots will change the way we work with computers — including how we use them for fundraising When Bill Gates says ChatGPT is “the most important advance in technology since the graphical user interface” (the tech that introduced the world to Windows) you can bet there’s something big on the way. ChatGPT’s appearance in…

  • ChatGPT is your newest fundraising hire, straight out of school

    ChatGPT is your newest fundraising hire, straight out of school

    ChatGPT knows a lot about fundraising, but still has a lot to learn — if only it could You know that new face on your fundraising team? The recent grad, just out of school and starting their first professional gig. They know all the jargon and the latest fundraising trends, and they can talk strategy…

  • How AI and human fundraisers can work together successfully (collaboration, not competition)

    How AI and human fundraisers can work together successfully (collaboration, not competition)

    AI robots aren’t going to replace fundraisers. Instead, they’ll become our co-workers. 25 years ago, when the super-computer Deep Blue beat world chess champion Garry Kasparov, the race between computers vs. humans seemed to be finished. But it wasn’t really over. As AI chess-playing computers continued to develop and human chess players started using them…