Netpresenter integrates ChatGPT as the world’s first communication platform
Artificial intelligence made widely available to organizations
Beek – The employee communication platform Netpresenter integrates ChatGPT in the new (beta) version of their platform. As a result, companies can now communicate with their employees via artificial intelligence (AI). ChatGPT, developed by the American company OpenAI, makes it possible to automatically generate, translate and summarize texts based on a few search terms. It also provides suggestions for images to add. The integration of ChatGPT with the platform allows organizations to share this created content with the push of a button through all possible communication channels, from the company app to narrowcasting screens in a canteen. The Dutch company Netpresenter, founded by Frank Hoen, has a worldwide first place with this.
AI as a driving force
In addition to the integration with the public ChatGPT beta version of OpenAI, Netpresenter has added more artificial intelligence to the platform. For example, the platform is able to measure whether the shared information is actually being opened by employees, lingering, and whether more depth or repetition is needed. This allows the platform to automatically tailor the message more specifically to them. Netpresenter can also, for example, summarize existing content, whether it is in Microsoft Teams, SharePoint or the intranet, and share it with colleagues. These messages are then automatically displayed on all devices and screens, such as large screens in a hall or computer screensavers. This functionality is especially useful for sharing important information with employees. The system can also be used in crisis situations, such as a cyber attack or disaster.
A smart communication assistant
By using these AI technologies, organizations are supported in communicating with their employees. It is potentially a smart communication assistant that helps with daily tasks and transmits crucial information. This allows businesses to communicate faster, more cost-effectively and more efficiently, benefiting productivity. Where companies now have to create different content for each communication channel, Netpresenter ensures that the right content automatically reaches the right people via the right channels in a matter of seconds. In this way, employees only see the information that is relevant to them at the time in question. ChatGPT’s output may generate incorrect or unwanted information. Therefore, it is important as a communication professional not to rely entirely on this AI functionality and to always check whether the written content contains the correct information.
Frank Hoen, founder and CEO of Netpresenter: “Due to the rise of hybrid work, internal communication with employees has become a strategic spearhead for many organizations. Correct information and involvement of colleagues is essential to their right to exist. Effective communication keeps the team motivated , involved, but also safe. I’m proud that we were the first platform in the world to make artificial intelligence concrete for organizations. By adding the latest technologies, such as ChatGPT, we are a game changer when it comes to employee communication . We have been known as pioneers in this field for over a quarter of a century. The new AI-powered version of our platform is further proof that we can still live up to that position. Not only in the Netherlands or Europe, but all over the world.”
Netpresenter uses OpenAI’s public beta API. Its implementation in Netpresenter is also in beta and is provided ‘As is’.
Netpresenter is the world’s first AI-powered employee communication platform. The platform enables organizations to keep their employees measurably better informed, engaged, productive and secure. The organization has been a communications pioneer since 1995 and has been named market leader by software comparison platform G2. The effectiveness and added value of Netpresenter software is proven daily on millions of business PCs, digital signage displays and mobile devices. The world’s largest organizations, such as George Washington University Hospital, Johnson & Johnson, Erasmus MC, TU Delft and DHL rely on Netpresenter to reach more than five million users in more than 90 countries every day. As part of Corporate Social Responsibility, Netpresenter is a proud sponsor of AMBER Alert Europe and the organization works together with the AMBER Alert Europe Foundation to help save the lives of missing children. As of July 23, 2021, Netpresenter BV transferred all activities and property rights regarding the Dutch AMBER Alert to Stichting AMBER Alert Europe free of charge. On November 23, 2021, the AMBER Alert Europe Foundation transferred AMBER Alert as an alert about missing children in the Netherlands to the Dutch police. The AMBER Alert Europe Foundation has no involvement whatsoever in sending AMBER Alerts or other missing persons.
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