First, what is AI?
- We may use AI (including ChatGPT) for research purposes or to give us ideas. We may or may not provide any notice of this in our blogs, books, articles, website, advertising, etc., depending on how heavily we use AI for this purpose.
- If we copy the exact wording of AI, and use it in our blogs, books, articles, website, advertising, etc, we will provide the following notice:
- For 3 consecutive sentences or less, we will provide a “link” to the end of the document which provides the source of the information. The link will look like, or be similar, to this “AI”
- For 4 or more sentences, or complete paragraphs (including those that have 3 or less sentences), we will site the source and the date of our search.
- We may contract others to do some of the work for us (such as Facebook and LinkedIn posts and advertising). While we cannot determine, or control, if and when they use AI (such as ChatGPT) in their creations, we do review and approve any final work that is posted or published in our name. We will also create a policy option for our suppliers and let you know if they accept it or not. The policy option will include the following:
- Acknowledgement of whether they “do” or “do not” use AI in any of the work they do for us
- A section on our AI Policy page for our supplies who are subject to this policy
- If we, or they, become aware of any “Copywrite Infringement”, corrective action will be taken as soon as possible, preferably within 2 business days.
Accuracy & Reliability
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- how do we record them properly?
- how does GST/HST, and other taxes work?
- what is GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles)?
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