The Yokosuka City Government of Japan will officially use ChatGPT to improve work efficiency

According to the Kyodo News Agency quoted by the Financial Associated Press, the city of Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, which took the lead in trying to use the artificial intelligence (AI) chat software “ChatGPT” at work among local governments across Japan, announced the verification results, saying that it will start using it after April to make copywriting and other work. Efficiency has improved. Mayor Kamiji Keming affirmed at the press conference: “I have obtained a very good tool.” It has been officially used since that day. According to the introduction of Yokosuka City, about half of the employees use it for article summary, idea, search, etc. The city estimates that if ChatGPT is used continuously, employees’ working time can be shortened by at least about 10 minutes per day. On the other hand, about half of the employees who responded to the Yokosuka City questionnaire expressed dissatisfaction with the accuracy of the answers given by ChatGPT. The city stated that it needs “questioning skills” to elicit appropriate answers, and it is trying to improve staff skills through expert advice and utilization case competitions.

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