Your Go-To Guide on AI in Fundraising

Hey there! If you’ve been curious about how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is shaking things up in the advancement world, you’re in the right place. We’ve gathered some of the best reads out there to get you up to speed. But before we dive into the list, here are a couple of fresh articles from Evertrue that you might find intriguing:

10 Ways AI Will Change Advancement

A summary on what’s already happening with AI in the world of advancement, and what’s coming just around the corner.

The Big Book of ChatGPT Prompts for Advancement Professionals

We’ve compiled a list of 50 prompts that you can enter into ChatGPT to spark creativity, enhance communication, and ultimately raise more funds for your institution.

Now, onto the list of other must-reads:

AI Readiness Report:
Dive into this comprehensive report to gauge how ready industries are to integrate AI into their workflows.

Economic Potential of AI:
McKinsey sheds light on the economic potential of generative AI and how it stands as the next productivity frontier.

How will AI change Higher Ed?:
The Chronicle delves into the transformative power of AI in the higher education sector.

Caught off-guard by AI:
A thought-provoking piece on the unexpected challenges and surprises AI can bring.

AI can help reach donors, but fundraisers can’t ignore pitfalls: discusses the potential of AI in reaching more donors while highlighting the pitfalls fundraisers should be wary of.

AI transforming the nonprofit sector:
CCS Fundraising explores how AI is revolutionizing the nonprofit sector, making fundraising more efficient.

Amplifying Major Gift activity without burnout:
Evertrue offers a white paper on how to enhance major gift activities without experiencing burnout, with a touch of AI. 

Reid Hoffman on building AI and other tech more responsibly:
Tune into this podcast where Reid Hoffman discusses the responsible building of AI and other technologies.

This American Life on how ChatGPT works:
Learn how ChatGPT can do what it does, straight from the mouths of the engineers that tested it.

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