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Thursday, March 23
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Please join the Cincinnati Local Section on Thursday March 23 at 7 PM for our first virtual meeting of the year. Since all the universities in the area have different spring breaks and the ACS’s meeting in late March, we have decided to hold a virtual meeting.
The meeting will feature a talk by Daniel Dale, Ph.D., who is an Assistant Director at The Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning. University of Cincinnati.
How people are using ChatGPT has recently become a pressing issue. However, many aren’t sure of the capabilities, limitations, and opportunities that ChatGPT presents. This meeting aims to help us develop an understanding of ChatGPT and how it might impact us (in both positive and negative ways). He will begin with an introduction and overview of ChatGPT, before transitioning to an open discussion.
ChatGPT is a large language module trained by Open AI. It is capable of generating human-like text and can be used for a variety of natural language processing tasks, such as language translation, question answering, and text completion. It is even capable to writing computer code.
See above for Zoom registration link. For log-in questions, please email the Section Chair.
Interested in learning more about ChatGPT? Check out this article on ZDNet.