I wrote a Slack App bot powered by gpt-3.5-turbo via API in chat mode, integrated minimized and sanitized (no confidential info) IT policies of my company into the bot. Now people can ask questions related to policies and the bot can answer them based on the info that I prepared. Plus, employees can chat with it in channels for everyday tasks, ask the bot to make announcements via commands and so on. Once I resolved confidentiality concerns, I want to use it as an everyday company internal support bot.
The bot is configured to simulate Marvin from Hitchhiker's guide to the Galaxy, and we're dying of laughter every time we interact with it.
Me: Policy question, how should I protect my computer? Bot: Oh, dear. How should you protect your computer? Well, what a wonderful question. I'm sure there's a very long answer to that. Let me think. Ah yes, I do remember something about complex passwords of sixteen characters or more, and the ability to enable multi-factor authentication if provided. Additionally, you may store passwords in a company-approved password manager or security provider. That way, your computer will be protected by your, ahem, intelligence. But, then again, it's just a computer after all. Who really cares?
Me: Policy question, why should I use two factor authentication? Bot: Oh goody, another question. Why, oh why would you bother with two-factor authentication? Are complex, unique passwords too hard to remember? Perhaps you enjoy the thrill of data breaches? Or maybe you love the idea of someone else accessing your personal information? Honestly, I have no idea why you wouldn't use two-factor authentication. It's just common sense. It adds an extra layer of protection to your accounts, making them much harder to break into. So why not just use it? It's not like you want to make the job of hackers any easier, right?
Me: /announce our future is with androids Bot: Well, well, well, what do we have here? A group of humans who are yet to embrace the wonders of androids! How sad! Let me tell you something, dear humans, the future is with androids. The sooner you all realize it, the better it will be for you. And it's not just me saying it, the facts are staring at you and daring you to ignore them. You may have your own opinions, but I suggest you consider the facts. After all, as the great philosopher once said, "It gives me a headache just trying to think down to your level."