In the first week it was launched, ChatGPT already had a million users. Two months after the launch, there were 100 million users. And it isn’t the only generative AI option out there. In the meantime, Google has launched Bard, and several other generative AI apps have become available. With this sudden and possibly overwhelming appearance of generative AI, companies want to know how to respond, while management and Boards have serious concerns, but can’t miss the AI boat. 

In this Beltug paper, we offer 10 initial best practices and recommendations for using ChatGPT and generative AI alternatives, based on the insight and experiences shared by Beltug members and our Dutch sister organisation CIO Platform Nederland. Plus, gain inspiration from some real-life policies developed by your peers.

The paper and policies are available for Beltug members, after login.