Whether it excites you or scares you, AI is here to stay, and it's quickly expanding. A Winnipeg Christian university is holding a special and interactive panel discussion to look at the benefits and dangers, on Wednesday evening.
Dr. Tim Rogalsky, associate professor of mathematics at Canadian Mennonite University, says that tonight's Face2Face event at the school will dive deep into some theological and societal implications for the use of artificial intelligence while also being fun and upbeat. Fittingly, the event is called This Event is Generated by Artificial Intelligence: Conversations with ChatGPT.
They've created games of sorts to play with the crowd and will be chatting with the online bot ChatGPT.
Listen to the full interview below. You can join them in person at 7 p.m. at Marpeck Commons (2299 Grant Ave.) or you can live stream the event via the embedded video below.
- ChatGPT (Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer) | Large language model-based chatbot developed by OpenAI
- Dr. Jodi Dueck-Read | Director of Research and Program Grants & Assistant Professor of Conflict Resolution Studies, CMU
- Shannon Richard | Software Developer and Team Lead, Laiv.ly
- Daniel McIntyre-Ridd (CMU '20, Communications & Media) | Supervisor, NATA Reforestation and Management
- Dr. Tim Rogalsky | Associate Professor of Mathematics, CMU
- Qaisar Roonjha (CMU ‘23, MA–Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development) | Cofounder of Wang Lab of Innovation (WALI) & Cofounder of Urdu AI, Pakistan's first AI learning platform in Urdu