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Unraveling ChatGPT: An Introductory Overview of AI and Large Language Models
September 27, 2023 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Join us for a virtual panel of experts who will delve into ChatGPT and its impact on our lives. This informative event will provide valuable insights into understanding how AI and large language models work, and the practical applications, ethical considerations, and potential risks associated with AI and large language models like ChatGPT.
Register below through Zoom to hear our expert panelists discuss the exciting possibilities and challenges in this transformative field. Designed for general audiences, this discussion requires no prior knowledge of AI or ChatGPT.
- For more than 8 years Meteorologist Ron Smiley has been there in the morning on KDKA to get your day started right with the weather forecast. He spends his free time with his two daughters hitting up local farmer’s markets along with biking with them along local trails. Ron also handles technology reports at KDKA and has a segment on Pittsburgh Today Live called ‘Something to ‘Tech’ About.’
- Dr. Yanshan Wang is the Vice Chair of Research and an Assistant Professor of Health Informatics within the Department of Health Information Management at University of Pittsburgh. His primary area of research centers around the applications of artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP) in the realm of healthcare. Notably, he has been at the forefront of incorporating generative AI techniques, such as ChatGPT, in clinical applications.
- Sunny Xun Liu is a Social Science Research Scientist and Associate Director at Stanford Social Media Lab. Her research focuses on the social and psychological effects of social media and AI, social media and well-being, and how the design of social robots and AI impact psychological perceptions. Her research has been funded by NSF, Army Research Office, Google Research, and Stanford HAI and has been published in multiple psychology and communication journals.
- Sarah Fox is an Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University in the Human Computer Interaction Institute, where she directs the Tech Solidarity Lab. Her work examines how the deployment of AI within essential sectors reshapes existing work practices, with a focus on developing systems that center workers’ needs and expertise.