Exploring the Capabilities and Potential of ChatGPT: A Deep Dive into Large Language Models and Interaction
Wednesday 8th February, 1.00pm.
Robert Recorde Room, Computational Foundry.
ChatGPT, a large language model developed by OpenAI, has the ability to generate human-like text, making it a powerful tool for natural language processing tasks such as language translation, question answering, and text generation. This talk will explore the capabilities and potential of ChatGPT and other large language models, with a focus on their ability to interact with users. We will delve into the inner workings of these models and discuss the challenges associated with training and deploying them, as well as the ethical considerations that arise when using them. Additionally, we will showcase examples of how ChatGPT and other language models are being used in industry and research, and discuss future possibilities for the technology. Attendees will come away with a deeper understanding of the power and potential of large language models and how they can be used to enhance human-computer interaction.
****NOTE: the title and abstract of this talk about ChatGPT has been generated by, you guessed it, ChatGPT. I indeed intend to talk about ChatGPT, but my title is: ChatGPT: tool or threat? Some thoughts on LLMs from an interactional perspective.****