AI Is My Copilot
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How AI Can Be the Hardest Working, Most Competent Jobshare Colleague You'll EVER Have
It’s hard to imagine any tech role that isn’t going to be impacted by AI in the next year or two. Whether you’re a team member or a founder, and no matter what sector or size business you’re working in, you need to stay ahead of the curve in the ever-changing world of AI.
Resistance may be futile: but it’s far from bad news. Are you ready to revolutionise your business and your working life with AI?
- Discover how generative AI can be implemented in your business, and also when it's not appropriate
- Learn how most jobs will change due to AI and how to adapt to these changes
- Get down and dirty and look at the integrations and APIs (into your CRM, accounting and others systems) that are already here, and those that are coming soon.
In this practical and thought provoking session Laurel will guide you through the world of AI and explain the prompts and modifiers for ChatGPT, MidJourney, and other powerful technologies in plain English. You'll discover what language models need for natural language processing and how AI can improve your customer service, marketing campaigns, and more.
But that's not all - Laurel will also dive into the big AI change coming at the end of the year that will exponentially impact economies and industry sectors. Are you prepared for this transformational shift?
And don't miss the exciting news that ChatGPT 4 is already much more intelligent than it was just two weeks ago. Discover who and what is training ChatGPT to become the ultimate jobshare colleague.
Laurel is a seasoned expert in online communities and virtual worlds with a background that dates back to the 1990s. With a passion for the intersection of technology and community engagement, she’s been at the forefront of innovation in the digital space.
In 2011, Laurel shifted focus to augmented reality. Since then she’s conducted workshops for major tech giants including Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Oracle, providing insights on building engaged communities in both augmented reality and virtual 3D worlds. Her courses include artificial intelligence in algorithms and big data including F.A.I.R (Facebook AI), object recognition, behavioural AI and semantic AI such as Lexicon™, Deep Face™/Deep Text™ and Deep Mind™.
This event is part of AI&U, a two week exploration of all things artificial intelligence and generative AI, taking place in locations across Sydney's Tech Central and supported by the City of Sydney. AI&U is organised by Spark Festival and upholds the Spark Code of Conduct.
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