Date(s) - 31/05/2023
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
AGBC Munich May In-Person Monthly Meeting – Panel Discussion – “ChatGPT Will Change Everything”
Host: AGBC Munich
Panel: Dr. Caitlin Corrigan – Executive Director, TUM Institute for Ethics in AI
Christian Ehl Serial Entrepreneur, Humanity Activist, Book Co-author of “AI&U”
Sharad Gandhi Technology Philosopher and Strategist, Book Co-author of “AI&U”
Debby Spaltman Moderator, Communications Strategist and Executive Coach, AGBC Member
Microsoft Specialist in Generative AI Products
When: Wednesday, 31 May (1830 – 2230)
Where: Marriott Hotel, Berliner Str. 93, 80505 Munich
Format: In-person meeting.
Costs: €30 for members, €40 for guests, €20 for students (includes buffet plus one drink)
ChatGPT will change everything. It is likely to impact us more than the industrial revolution. And will happen faster.
Unless you are still in your “Winterschlaf,” you must have noticed the buzz around ChatGPT. Very simply put, ChatGPT is a “large language” machine learning model that produces natural, human-like responses to questions. It has been trained on a very large body of text. It’s a work in progress because the creators of ChatGPT are continuously tweaking and training the model, both by enhancing the underlying algorithms as well as by exposing it to additional text. Notably, the text used to train ChatGPT consists mainly of authoritative sources such as journals, articles, and publications – as opposed to social media chatter for example, which is rife with misinformation, and which could corrupt ChatGPT beyond redemption.
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