Get ready to join Georgia Tech’s Center for 21st Century Universities (C21U) for an insightful lunchtime brownbag seminar! In this event, we will delve into the fascinating topic of the impact of ChatGPT and large language models on higher education.
You'll have the opportunity to hear from Dr. Lane Lawley, an expert from Georgia Tech’s Teachable AI Lab, who will kick off the seminar with a thought-provoking presentation. Afterward, you will be invited to join an engaging discussion with other attendees, exploring the implications of AI-based language models on the future of higher education. Don't miss this chance to learn about cutting-edge technologies and their potential impact on the world of academia!
Here are a few potential reasons why researchers, faculty, and graduate students may want to attend the brownbag seminar on the impact of ChatGPT and large language models on higher education:
Gain insight into the latest developments in AI-based language models and their potential applications in higher education.
Engage in lively discussions with other experts in the field about the future of higher education. The seminar provides an opportunity to discuss issues surrounding AI-based language models and their implications for teaching, learning, and research in higher education.
Learn about the research being conducted at Georgia Tech's Teachable AI Lab, and potentially explore opportunities for collaboration or partnership. Dr. Lane Lawley will be speaking at the seminar, and attendees will have a chance to learn about his work and ask questions.
Network with other attendees, including researchers, faculty, and graduate students from Georgia Tech. The brownbag seminar provides an informal setting to meet and connect with other experts in the field.
Overall, attending the seminar on the impact of ChatGPT and large language models on higher education offers a chance to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in AI and higher education, engage in thoughtful discussions with other experts in the field, and potentially explore new research opportunities or collaborations.
- Date: Friday, April 7th
- Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
- Location: Global Learning Center Classroom 330
- Event Description: Georgia Tech’s Center for 21st Century Universities (C21U) invites you to a lunchtime brownbag seminar on the topic of impact of ChatGPT and large language models on higher education. Dr. Lane Lawley from Georgia Tech’s Teachable AI Lab will kick off the brownbag. Attendees will be invited to actively discuss issues surrounding AI-based language models and the future of higher education.
- Note: RSVPs are required. The event will be in person. Lunch will not be provided for attendees. We ask attendees to bring their own lunch.
This event utilizes a waitlist RSVP for interested individuals to express their desire to attend the lunchtime brownbag seminar on the impact of ChatGPT and large language models on higher education. As the event has limited space, those who are not able to RSVP for the main event will be placed on a waitlist. If any spots open up, they will be notified by the end of March 2023.
This allows the organizers to manage the attendance and ensure that the event remains within the limits of the venue while still giving people a chance to participate.
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