AI and ChatGPT Webinar – Sponsored by the Penn Club

Ivy+ Triangle, NC Alumni,Artificial Intelligence (AI) and ChatGPT have been all over the news for the past several months. Having term papers and legal briefs generated in minutes, if not seconds is not just wonderous, it’s also scary. What are the implications for academia, the arts and the professions, just to start? How will we define “original content,” and will it be valued the way it was? And then there’s the prospect of these tools improving at accelerating rates. How do we put the brakes on, and should we? For anyone who’s watched or read Sci-Fi (“The Terminator” and “2001 – A Space Odyssey” leap to mind), we probably want to know more about a field in which the science has vastly outpaced the associated ethics and common-sense regulations. (PS – and just for the record, none of this copy was generated by ChatGPT…)Join us on Wednesday, May 3rd at 6:30 PM to learn more about the capabilities of these new tools, the impact they will have on work and school in the near-term, and what questions we should be asking (even if we don’t have the answers.) The Penn Alumni Club of the Triangle, NC is pleased to welcome back Eric Robuck, a cybersecurity expert with the Valander Group, and have him share his expertise and answer your questions.Eric has over two decades of information technology, leadership, and entrepreneurial experience. He’s a veteran with 24 years of military experience, and is experienced in cybersecurity, programming, database design, electronic information transfer, and project management. His professional certifications include the CISSP, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Security+, and AWS Practitioner.Event Details:When: May 3rd from 6:30 PM – 7:30 PMLocation: Via ZoomPreregistration: RequiredRegistration: See link belowWe hope to see you at the online event.Regards,Steve StrickmanPresident,The Penn Alumni Club of the Triangle, NC   
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