CHATGPT, the future of publishing & academia
Few will have missed the recent launch of ChatGPT. One of the most powerful language processing AI models to date (with 175 billion parameters), GPT-3 produces surprisingly human-like texts that can be very difficult — if not impossible — to distinguish from human-produced information.
This powerful technology forces us to consider some fundamental questions. What opportunities does this next generation of AI give to researchers and publishers, as well as bad actors (e.g. papermills)? And what does it mean for academic work in general? In this webinar, we will hear perspectives from three sides: technology, publishing, and academia.
What is GPT-3 and what can and can’t it do?
Phill Jones, Digital and Technology Lead, More Brains Consultancy
Advanced AI: Threats and opportunities for publishers
Henning Schoenenberger, VP Content Innovation, Springer Nature
GPT-3 and what it means for academia
Anna Kende, Professor of Social Psychology, ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary
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