You’re stumped by a question on a Zoom. What do you do?
Ask ChatGPT for help discreetly. Copy the answer into the BigStage Teleprompter and read it out. It’s fast and simple.
We tried the app with this sample script about the dangers of the new Republican scheme to cut taxes for billionaires. “Republicans are demanding budget-busting tax cuts for corporations. They want to slash public services that lower the costs of healthcare, childcare, education, housing and other household expenses for American families and then give those public resources to the ultra-rich in the form of tax cuts. The House should reject this legislation and instead raise taxes on corporations and the wealthy so they pay their fair share.The current legislation only covers two years, but if the changes are made permanent—as the GOP has made clear is its goal—they would together cost over $1 trillion.” – Americans For Tax Fairness
Someone asks about the rate of wealth disparity in the U.S.? See how we asked ChatGPT for the answer while still maintaining eye contact with others on the Zoom teleconference. Try The Zoom – ChatGPT plug-in out for free.
How The ChatGPT Plug-in works
The BigStage Teleprompter already has the ability to store talking points and share them with others. It allows co-presenters to share messages with others discreetly through the Teleprompter so presenters do not have to look away from the screen.
This new feature adds the power of ChatGPT to the BigStage Teleprompter. The question you type in is used to query ChatGPT from the teleprompter and display the results. Read the answer directly or paste it into the teleprompter to read it more naturally as it scrolls by.
ChatGPT on Wealth Disparity
- Wealth disparities in the US are large and have been growing over time.
- The top 1% of households own more wealth than the bottom 90% combined.
- People of color and women generally have lower levels of wealth compared to white people and men.
- Differences in earnings, inheritance, and access to education and financial resources contribute to wealth disparities.
- These disparities can have negative impacts on people’s health, education, and well-being, and can contribute to social unrest.
Republican $1 Trillion tax bill
“Republican Tax Bill Would Cost Over $1 Trillion if Made Permanent. The House Ways and Means Committee will soon consider the American Families and Jobs Act, legislation to temporarily extend various business tax provisions and expand the standard deduction while repealing certain energy tax credits from the Inflation Reduction Act and enacting other reforms.
As written, we estimate the bill would cost $80 billion over a decade with interest ($19 billion before interest), including $320 billion through the end of fiscal year (FY) 2025. The smaller ten-year cost is driven by several factors but mainly by the fact that most of the bill’s tax cuts expire at the end of 2025. We estimate that the plan would cost over $1.1 trillion ($950 billion without interest) through 2033 if these temporary tax cuts and extensions were made permanent.” – CRFB
Americans For Tax Fairness
Americans for Tax Fairness was established to help make the economy work for all — with adequate levels of investment in critical areas that create and sustain jobs and a balanced and equitable approach to decisions on the federal budget challenges we face. This requires raising sufficient revenues with everyone, including corporations, paying their fair share of taxes. Read more.
TakeAway: Present better with realtime help from ChatGPT and the BigStage Teleprompter.
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