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Large corporations are now paying people $800,000 per year for skills in using ChatGPT. Since the rise of the open AI software early this year, companies are only now jumping on the bandwagon to use it in the operating of their business. The question remains: what skills are companies looking for when it comes to ChatGPT? While many people know how to access and ‘chat’, how many people know how to actually generate something meaningful? Our reporter Ben Tomkins spoke with Dr Uri Gal, Professor of Business Information Systems at the University of Sydney Business school.

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