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ChatGPT Channels Elon Musk Re: Data Analytics

Previously, I published an article written by ChatGPT regarding whether internal audit performs an adequate amount of data analytics and in the appropriate depth.

The reader who sent me that article also asked ChatGPT to write the same article as if Elon Musk wrote it.

So I’m publishing the ‘Musk’ article too, mostly for fun. I realize that ChatGPT can do a lot more impressive things than this, but this relates directly to audit and is simple.

I’ve never heard or read anything about Musk’s opinion on analytics (couldn’t find anything).

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Response to ‘ChatGPT Analyzes Internal Audit!’

This post contains my response to my earlier post, ChatGPT Analyzes Internal Audit!

First of all, most of the article sounded like it was written by external auditors; it sounds important, but really doesn’t say much.

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ChatGPT Analyzes Internal Audit!

Just for fun, one of my readers asked ChatGPT to write an article analyzing how internal audit uses data analytics (love that alliteration).

If you’re new to ChatGPT, go here, and remember to scroll down.

This reader (who wishes to remain anonymous) asked ChatGPT to write about whether internal audit performs an adequate amount of data analytics and in the appropriate depth.

This person sent the result to me, and after reading it, I decided to publish it here.

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Top 10 Reasons Why Being an IT Auditor is So Hard

tenBefore you choose a career as an IT auditor, consider my top 10 reasons why being an IT auditor is so hard.

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Behind Locked Doors: Part 1

batphoneIt all started when the phone rang, which was typical.

Typical in the days when I was a security manager…

“Information Security, Mack here,” I said, as I continued to read the magazine in front of me.

“Hey Mack, this is Leeda. I need your help,” the voice said, as my mind started coming back online.

Leeda was a manager in Internal Audit; when I heard from her, it usually meant I had to carve a few weeks out of my schedule. Fast.

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May = Audit Awareness Month

Did you know that it’s Internal Auditing Awareness Month? More importantly, do you care?

If so, check out this IIA website for ideas, tools, and resources for promoting an internal audit group near you.

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It’s not Business, it’s Personal

I wonder sometimes how many controls fail due to personal issues instead of design and performance issues. In other words, do controls fail more because of communication, turf, and personal issues or is it that the control is poorly designed or not performed?

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