"Unsettled: Frames for Examining Generative Artificial Intelligence"
Large language models and generative artificial intelligence have growing potential to change many aspects of our lives in higher education, including how we interact with information, teaching, and research. The late 2022 pop culture splash of ChatGPT awakened many of us to the existing permeation of these kinds of AI into our lives and jolted us to the exciting and unsettling aspects of this AI for our future. How do we take a step back and do what we do best? We examine the impact through our disciplinary expertise and experience, and then we imagine and influence the future. This year’s Senate Plenary brings together seven Pitt experts in wide-ranging areas - philosophy of science, art, engineering, computing & information, language, english, and law - to present and discuss what comes next.
Please join us in-person on Tuesday April 4, 2023, from 12-2 in the William Pitt Union Assembly Room for lunch and the Plenary. (Doors open at 11:45 am)
If you are unable to join in person, you can view the Plenary live.
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