Chat GPT and Other Creative Rivals recording now available
On 31st May and 1st June we held two days of talks and networking with experts from academia and industry on ‘ChatGPT and Other Creative Rivals’. Discussions included whether LLM are intelligent, whether LLMs are authors, and issues concerning policy and the ethics of LLMs. The recordings of both days of the conference are now available to view below
LLMs are a new type of artificial intelligence that are able to generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way. They are trained on massive datasets of text and code, and they are still under development, but they have already learned to perform many kinds of tasks that were once thought to be the exclusive domain of humans.
The conference brought together leading experts from academia and industry to discuss a range of philosophical issues surrounding LLMs, including:
• The nature of intelligence: Are LLMs intelligent? If so, what kind of intelligence do they have?
• The ethics of LLMs: What are the ethical implications of using LLMs? How can we ensure that they are used for good and not for harm?
• The future of LLMs: What are the potential benefits and risks of LLMs? How will they shape our world in the future?
The conference will be of interest to philosophers, computer scientists, policy makers, and anyone interested in the future of artificial intelligence.
This event was co-organised by the Institute of Philosophy, SAS and the AI&Humanity-Lab at Hong Kong University.