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The Technologically Challenged Educator: Embracing AI and Chatbots to Boost Productivity



The Technologically Challenged Educator: Embracing AI and Chatbots to Boost Productivity


As an individual who is not tech-savvy, the transition to online teaching was a challenge for me. However, with the help of experts in the technical field, I was able to navigate through the different tools required to facilitate online learning. Zoom calls, emails, websites, WhatsApp, and e-signing were some of the tools that were thrust upon me. While they posed a challenge at first, I soon realized that they provided opportunities to meet with international business and political partners, creating time-saving solutions, and improving productivity.


Recently, my business partners and stakeholders have requested that I create blogs, videos, and share my political experience. During a recent storm, my technical staff sat with me and gave me a lesson in AI and Chat, and within 24 hours, the website www.chairmanbobsutton.com experienced a 178% increase in site sessions and a 294% increase in unique visitors. While I may not understand the technical jargon, I am told that this is a positive result.


As an educator, I understand the importance of keeping up with the latest trends in technology. The use of AI and Chatbots has become increasingly popular in the business and education sectors, and it is essential to embrace these tools to stay competitive. AI can automate routine tasks, allowing more time to focus on important tasks that require human interaction. Chatbots can be programmed to handle basic queries, freeing up time for teachers to provide personalized attention to students.


In conclusion, technology can be intimidating, especially for those who are technically challenged. However, embracing the latest trends can lead to increased productivity, improved communication, and better outcomes. As we move towards a more digital world, it is essential to keep an open mind and embrace new technologies to stay ahead of the curve.


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