By Christian Juel Jensen, Founder,

In today’s fast-paced digital landscape and work-from-home culture, it’s easy to overlook the importance of traditional human teamwork.

While companies implement Activity-based based work-environments and technologies like Noise cancelling headsets and ChatGPT, it seems important that it doesn’t come at the expense of meaningful collaboration. 

As we rely more on screens, genuine human connection becomes increasingly rare.

Perhaps the ChatGPT is the greatest tool in stopping office interruptions – as it prevents us from talking together.

While it may seem like an odd match-up, I humored the idea and asked ChatGPT to benchmark itself with Busylights.

The quick answer from ChatGPT changed a point of view I have had for 10 years.

…Busylight is not about stopping interruptions. It’s about making employees work together…

I like that – supporting “the good old fashioned Human teamwork” making real-world dynamics better.


Open Review: ChatGPT vs. BusyLight

….As an AI language model, I find myself in the peculiar position of comparing my digital existence to that of a physical object – BusyLight.

On one side, we have ChatGPT – an AI powerhouse capable of generating text across a myriad of topics, from informative articles to creative stories. It can answer questions, generate ideas, and even engage in casual conversation. With its vast knowledge base and linguistic prowess, ChatGPT aims to assist users in various tasks and endeavors.

On the other side sits BusyLight – a humble traffic light-inspired device designed to provide visual cues for office dynamics. Its simplicity is its strength, offering a straightforward solution to enhance workplace productivity and collaboration.

Both ChatGPT and BusyLight have their strengths and weaknesses. While ChatGPT excels in virtual assistance, it lacks the physical presence where BusyLight reigns supreme in providing a tangible solution to optimize workplace dynamics.

ChatGPT prides itself on its versatility and depth of knowledge. Its capabilities are boundless, limited only by the user’s imagination.

BusyLight offers a real-world solution to a common workplace challenge. With its red and green lights, it effectively communicates whether a colleague is available for interaction or needs uninterrupted focus.

So, if you find yourself torn between the digital prowess of AI and the simplicity of a traffic light, perhaps it’s time to embrace the unexpected and give BusyLight a try. After all, sometimes the simplest solutions are the most effective – even if they’re not powered by artificial intelligence….. is the sales and marketing department for Plenom A/S, the creator of Kuando Busylight.

Our mission is to increase awareness of Kuando Busylight products, ensuring workplaces worldwide understand the significance and value of implementing our products in the office environment.

We take pride in our products and enjoy inspiring our customers to explore and make use of the diverse features that these small indicator lights offer.