Makhadzi, the renowned singer, has stirred social media with her surprising revelation: she bathes nearly every hour. It all started when she playfully asked her followers to prompt her presumed partner, Master KG, to gift her Mavoda body lotion.
Much to her delight, Master KG fulfilled her request, surprising her with a collection of Movoda skincare products. Grateful for the support from her followers, Makhadzi jokingly requested five more Mavoda lotions and humorously admitted to her frequent hourly baths.
Thanks for sending a message.
BUT TELL HIM THAT AS A PERFORMER I WANT 5more of MAVODA LOTION cz I bath almost every hour ….But jealous down today I am smelling good #mavodabodylotion
Her bathing routine lowkey explains why she has been glowing. Off late Makhadzi has been slaying left, right and centre. Every chance she gets has been wowing Mzansi with her glamourous new looks.
However, the part where Makhadzi said she bathes ‘almost every hour’ left many feeling skeptical. They think it was just a marketing stunt. She is rumoured to be a brand ambassador for Mavoda.
How come you bath almost every hour there’s no such,we know that when you dancing you are doing high jump,Mara bath almost every hour o maaka makhadzi
As for “I bath almost every hour “
Ronald Sabelo Phetla
I’m not sure abt bathing every hour u struggle just to bath twice a day just imagine wena bath every hour
Study Shows Workplace Bans on Generative AI Applications
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A recent study by BlackBerry, an enterprise security software and services provider, disclosed that 75% of organizations worldwide are in the process of implementing or considering bans on generative AI applications, including ChatGPT.
This study, based on a survey conducted by OnePoll with 2,000 IT decision makers in North America, Europe, and Asia, also found that 61% of organizations planning these bans intend them to be long-term or permanent solutions.
Their motivations for implementing such bans revolve around concerns related to data security, privacy, and corporate reputation.
Experts Question the Effectiveness of Bans
Despite these findings, experts in the field are skeptical about the effectiveness of such bans. They argue that banning generative AI applications may not achieve the desired outcomes and could have unintended consequences.
Unenforceable and Ineffective Bans
John Bambenek, a principal threat hunter at Netenrich, expressed doubts about the enforceability and effectiveness of such bans. He argued that bans are essentially unenforceable and may provide a false sense of security, as workers tend to find ways to use productivity-enhancing tools regardless of bans.
Workers Seek Productivity and Efficiency
J. P. Gownder, a vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, emphasized that employees turn to generative AI tools to boost productivity and efficiency. He suggested that employers should provide corporate-approved tools that meet employees’ needs and offer secure, auditable, and traceable generative AI solutions.
Risks of Blanket Bans
Greg Sterling, co-founder of Near Media, cautioned that companies imposing blanket bans on AI risk missing out on the efficiency and productivity benefits of generative AI. He suggested that companies educate employees about the risks associated with specific apps rather than implementing bans.
Technology’s Rapid Evolution
Nate MacLeitch, founder and CEO of QuickBlox, questioned the feasibility of companies following through with their plans to ban generative AI. He believed that generative AI would become integrated into applications and services, making complete bans challenging.
Competitive Risks and Innovation
Roger Grimes, a defense evangelist with KnowBe4, argued that bans could create competitive risks for organizations. As competitors harness AI for advantages, bans may need to be lifted to remain competitive and innovative.
John Gallagher, vice president of Viakoo, maintained that bans on generative AI use in the workplace are unworkable, especially as technology rapidly evolves. Loosely-defined bans could damage an organization’s reputation and credibility.
Reasons for AI Bans
Barbara J. Evans, a professor of law and engineering, explained that organizations impose AI bans for various reasons, including concerns about the accuracy of AI-generated information, privacy and security of proprietary data, and employee morale.
Balancing Risks and Benefits
Jennifer Huddleston, a technology policy research fellow at the Cato Institute, suggested that organizations weigh the risks and benefits of AI. Instead of outright bans, they should consider alternative ways to address concerns while empowering employees to use AI technology responsibly.
AI Peer-Review System
Evans proposed the development of AI tools that can help humans regulate AI by quickly fact-checking AI-generated outputs. Such a system could involve AI tools peer-reviewing each other to improve accuracy and reliability.
Complex Challenges Ahead
The debate over workplace bans on generative AI applications reflects the complex challenges organizations face in balancing productivity, innovation, data security, and privacy in an increasingly AI-driven world.