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The origins and evolution of Generative AI
April 21 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
The past few months have seen a lot of excitement with the progress made in generative AI. Some call it hype and some call it the ‘AI revolution’. We have been flooded with information for moratoriums or advancements from the founders of deep learning, while companies are moving at hyper speed to start thinking about what innovation solutions this technology can lead to. This talk is aimed more from the view to arm you with information, background and a solid understanding of what generative AI is. It briefly dives into the timeline of NLP and its transition towards generative AI. It will also touch upon the different solutions available along with some cost estimates for using the model itself, fine-tuning it vs training it. We will go over the ethics side of this as it is necessary and responsible to understand as well as look at a framework that will help you implement or research this within your organisational context in a more responsible setting.
Key focus areas :
- Origins & evolution of generative AI
- genAI Landscape
- Costs and types of training
- Responsible AI
- genAI in production with human-in-the-loop-evaluation
- Example use
About the presenter:
Roshini Johri has a background in AI across multiple sectors and has also recently built her background and profile in climate tech. She is passionate about working with large scale organisations to help think in a systematic and rigorous way about innovation and its convergence with strategy. Her experience with AI and big data provides the expertise and knowhow needed to approach this with the right sensibility and awareness keeping in mind the growing need for sustainable and ethical solutions.
She is also very passionate about helping organisations develop retention strategies for minority communities and is the founder of the women in machine learning community (1700+) group as well as AI for social impact both aiming to create positive change and equality in society. She loves teaching and helps assist CISL with their sustainable finance education initiatives.
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