The Turing Lectures: The future of generative AI
Wednesday December 6th, 2023 @ 7:00pm - 8:30pm GMT
£0 - 20
In this series, we'll explore the various angles of large-language models and generative AI in the public eye. Across three lectures, we aim to provide a comprehensive, thoughtful and engaging understanding of this rapidly emerging field and its impact on society.
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In the final lecture of the series, we will explore the potential futures of generative AI, and what they could mean for AI applications as the technology progresses.
With their ability to generate human-like language and complete a variety of tasks, generative AI has the potential to revolutionize the way we communicate, learn and work. But what other doors will this technology open for us, and how can we harness it to make great leaps in technology innovation? Have we finally done it? Have we cracked AI?
Join Professor Michael Wooldridge for a fascinating discussion on the possibilities and challenges of generative AI models, and their potential impact on societies of the future.
Michael Wooldridge's work focuses on multi-agent systems and developing techniques for understanding the dynamics of multi-agent systems. His research draws on ideas from game theory, logic, computational complexity, and agent-based modelling. He has been an AI researcher for more than 30 years, and has published more than 400 scientific articles on the subject.
This series of Turing Lectures is organised in collaboration with The Royal Institution of Great Britain.