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Friday Night AI | ChatGPT: What is It and What are Its Abilities and Limitations?

When

Friday May 12, 2023: 6:30pm to 7:30pm  Add to Calendar /   Add to Google Calendar

Where

Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room

Description

Human: What are you and what kind of applications can you enable?

ChatGPT: I am ChatGPT, an AI language model developed by OpenAI. I have been trained on a massive dataset of human language, allowing me to generate responses to prompts and questions in a way that can mimic human conversation. Some of the applications for my technology include customer service chatbots, virtual assistants, language translation, and content generation. While I can be a useful tool for a wide range of tasks, it's important to remember that my abilities are still limited and I am not a perfect substitute for human expertise.

Join us for a conversation with Michigan AI experts discussing the technology behind ChatGPT and the main ideas that led to its current performance. We will also address questions such as: What are ChatGPT’s main abilities and limitations? What applications can it enable? How it handles controversial topics, and what ethical concerns it raises? What are the societal implications, and what changes do we need to start thinking about as technologies like ChatGPT will start being deployed at scale?

This event is in partnership with the Michigan AI Lab.

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