7 Reasons to Use ChatGPT (& 5 Reasons You Shouldn’t)

There’s no way you haven’t heard of ChatGPT yet, but if for some reason you haven’t, let’s catch you up!

What is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is a language model powered by artificial intelligence that mimics human conversations. Developed by OpenAI, this natural language processing (NLP) technology is based on transformer architecture, a type of algorithm that predicts the next word in a series of words. It interacts in dialogue form and provides responses that appear surprisingly human. This language translation model also performs tasks like answering questions, providing information, and assisting with writing emails, essays, and even code!

Pretty amazing, right? But while ChatGPT offers many benefits, it also has its share of drawbacks. In this blog, we’ll explore the pros and cons of using ChatGPT to help you determine whether it’s right for your personal or organizational needs. Here’s a 1-minute summary:

Pros of Using ChatGPT

Reduced Time & Effort for Tasks

ChatGPT astounded the world by taking minutes to perform tasks that once took hours. Fear followed awe as writers and coders worried that AI would steal their jobs. We’re here to tell you that it won’t. Remember when personal computers first made their way to a traditional corporate office? The fear was, “Oh, our jobs are now replaced by a computer.” And while a computer could now do a lot of mundane tasks that required human intervention, it also gave people time to learn newer skills and carry out strategic tasks that can’t be performed by a computer or bot. Similarly, AI and ChatGPT function as supplemental AI tool that supports the day-to-day tasks of humans. Right from giving you 50+ content creation ideas and ready-to-run codes, ChatGPT can reduce the time and effort spent on tasks significantly, but it will never replace your individuality or voice.

ChatGPT chat bot screen seen on smartphone and laptop display with Chat GPT login screen on the background. A new AI chatbot by OpenAI. Stafford, United Kingdom, December 13, 2022.

Ease of Use

Hands down, one of the biggest pros of ChatGPT is its ease of use. You don’t need any training and can start using this technology by simply creating an account.

Speed & Efficiency

ChatGPT’s performance is quite amazing. It responds to questions almost instantaneously, making it an ideal tool for businesses that require speedy responses to customer inquiries (trust us, we’ve tried it, and the responses are almost always instant!). It’s also efficient as it can handle a large number of inquiries simultaneously.


The trial version of ChatGPT is open to the public and free of cost. The trial version is quite amazing as it offers impressive features. However, the paid version (ChatGPT Plus) comes with added benefits like:

  1. Availability with high demand
  2. Faster response speed
  3. Priority access to new features


One of the coolest things about ChatGPT is that it can be customized to reflect your brand’s voice and tone. For example, if you work in marketing and want to build content that resonates with your audience, you can give ChatGPT prompts like: keep the tone of the content young and engaging. ChatGPT will then build content with those specific instructions. This feature ensures that your audience has a consistent experience with your brand, which can help build trust and loyalty.


Did you know ChatGPT can collect data on customer interactions and provide insights into customer behavior, preferences, and pain points? This information can help businesses improve their products and services and optimize their marketing strategies.

Screen with ChatGPT chat with AI or artificial intelligence. Man search for information using artificial intelligence chatbot developed by OpenAI. Warsaw, Poland - December 02, 2022.

So, ChatGPT is pretty great, but ultimately – all that glitters is not gold. While ChatGPT might be the shiny new topic everyone’s talking about, it does come with some cons. Don’t get us wrong, we love the capabilities and use cases of AI and ChatGPT but like all technology, there’s always room for improvement. Here are some lesser-spoken cons of using ChatGPT.

Cons of Using ChatGPT:

Lack of Emotional Intelligence

While ChatGPT mimics human conversations and is designed to have human-like conversations (which it’s surprisingly good at) it still lacks the emotional intelligence that humans possess. This means that it may not be able to pick up on the subtleties of human communication or provide the same level of understanding a human consultant can. This is especially important when businesses today face ethical, behavioral, and sentimental challenges.

Limited Context & Knowledge

ChatGPT may struggle to understand the context of a person’s inquiry, which can result in irrelevant or incorrect responses. This can lead to frustration and dissatisfaction among people. Moreover, ChatGPT in the recent past has received criticism for giving misogynistic answers to certain questions. Since it picks up information from existing sources and is essentially a chatbot by design, it runs the risk of coming off as an insensitive technology. Not just that, the general lack of a diverse workforce in tech has led to racial bias in the past. From infrared technologies that are unable to detect people of color, to facial recognition systems that cannot distinguish people from the same race, there is much work to be done. Diversity in STEM and the tech industry is needed to create technologies that are sensitive and humane.

Security Risks

Data privacy and data security can be a few concerning issues when it comes to ChatGPT. It may pose security risks because it has access to sensitive customer data. If you’re a business using ChatGPT, you need to ensure that the ChatGPT system is secure and that your organization’s/customer’s data is protected against cyber-attacks.


ChatGPT is still in its developmental stages and is constantly learning. It requires a significant amount of time and instructions to function effectively. One also needs to spend some time understanding the platform to get the most out of it.

Technical Glitches

Like all technology, ChatGPT is not immune to glitches and errors. It doesn’t have an answer to every question. It can give you the wrong answer and sometimes you’re unable to use it when too many people are using it at the same time (this applies only to the free version). This can lead to breakdowns in communication and frustrations with people.

Striking the Balance Between AI & Humanity

So how do you choose? Is AI technology a bane of the future or a boon of today? Here’s what we think.

ChatGPT is a powerful tool that offers many benefits for businesses and individuals, including speed, ease of use, reduction in time and effort, efficiency, personalization, and analytics. However, it also has its share of drawbacks, including a lack of emotional intelligence, limited context and knowledge, security risks, training requirements, and technical glitches. The key to using any AI tool including ChatGPT, ChatGPT – 3.5, ChatGPT 4, and any other versions that are released is maintaining balance. A good balance between the latest AI technology and an expert human agent or consultant is the perfect recipe for success! While, Artificial Intelligence brings speed and efficiency, only a human can bring understanding and empathy to the table.

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