At Silverfort, we’re always looking for ways to improve our work and make it more efficient. Recently, we started using ChatGPT internally and have already seen significant changes in how we do things.
For those who aren’t familiar, ChatGPT is a natural language processing (NLP) AI that can generate human-like text. It’s been used in a variety of applications, from chatbots to content creation. We’re exploring what we can do with it and have already found several ways to incorporate it into our work.
One of the first things we tried was using ChatGPT to improve our interviews. We let it solve a programming interview and were impressed with the results. While the solution wasn’t as good as that of a top engineer, with some guidance, ChatGPT gave a pretty good answer.
We also tried using ChatGPT in a security researcher interview. While it wasn’t able to find the specific vulnerabilities we were looking for, it did point out other potential vulnerabilities in the code that we were unaware of. This shows the potential of ChatGPT to help identify weaknesses in our systems and improve our security.
Another area where we’ve seen significant benefits is in writing blog posts. Using ChatGPT, we’ve been able to save an estimated 70% of the time it would normally take to write a post. This has allowed us to produce more content in less time and free up our team to focus on other tasks.
We’ve also used ChatGPT to figure out how to integrate with other products and for competitive analysis. In the IT department, it was used to find a solution for controlled and secure partner access to certain systems. And in other departments it was used to write follow-up emails and rephrase answers to security questionnaires.
It’s only been 24 hours since we started using ChatGPT, but we’re already seeing the potential for it to greatly improve our work at Silverfort. I can only imagine what the next few months will bring as we continue to explore its capabilities.
Of course, there are some caveats to using ChatGPT. It can be overconfident and doesn’t always produce content that’s correct, so everything it generates needs to be reviewed. But overall, we’re very happy with the results we’ve seen so far and are excited to see what else it can do for us.
And as a final note, ChatGPT was also used to write this blog post, showcasing its ability to generate human-like text for a variety of purposes. We’re looking forward to seeing what else it can do for us at Silverfort.