Exploring the Potential of AI: An Overview of ChatGPT and DALL-E for University Education

Spring 2023

348, James E. Walker Library (LIB)

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Due to high demand, this session has reached its maximum capacity.  We will be offering it simultaneously via Zoom as well.  See details below.


The recent advancements in Artificial Intelligence have led to the development of new AI tools such as ChatGPT and DALL-E. In this presentation, we will discuss the capabilities and applications of these cutting-edge tools, and their potential impact on the field of education. ChatGPT, a large language model developed by OpenAI, has the ability to generate human-like text, making it suitable for a range of conversational AI applications. On the other hand, DALL-E, an AI-powered generative model, can produce images from textual descriptions, opening up new possibilities for creativity and visualization. We will also explore the potential pedagogical uses of these AI tools and how they can be integrated into the university curriculum to enhance teaching and learning experiences. The title and description of this session were created using ChatGPT.


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