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April 20 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Make AI Come to Life with ChatGPT

4/20/20232:00pm EDT1 hour
Unless you’ve lived in a cave for the last few months, you’ve probably heard about ChatGPT. It’s a Large Language Model (LLM) built by OpenAI that ranks as the biggest and most sophisticated neural network ever built. It can answer questions, write essays, carry on conversations, generate marketing copy, transform dry text into professionally written prose, and more. But these examples merely scratch the surface of what ChatGPT can do. Did you know that it can write SQL queries, answer questions from custom knowledge bases, and find bugs in code, for example? Join us for a 1-hour deep dive and learn how to use ChatGPT and the ChatGPT API to write smarter apps and improve your business practices.

Key topics include:

- What ChatGPT is, how it was trained, and how it and other LLMs work
- How to use the ChatGPT API to work with text
- How to use the ChatGPT API to work with code
- How to combine OpenAI’s Embeddings API with the ChatGPT API to build sophisticated QA systems

For software developers and anyone, technical or not, interested in understanding how ChatGPT works and how to leverage it in business. This live event will be followed by a Q&A session with Jeff Prosise.

Chief Learning Officer Jeff Prosise

Jeff Prosise is a co-founder of Wintellect and Chief Learning Officer of Atmosera who makes his living writing software and helping others do the same. He has written nine books and hundreds of magazine articles, trained thousands of developers at Microsoft, and spoken at some of the world’s largest software conferences. Jeff’s passion is teaching software developers how to build cloud-based apps with Microsoft Azure and introducing them to the wonders of AI and Machine Learning. In his spare time, Jeff builds and flies large radio-control jets. He loves the smell of jet fuel in the morning.

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Atmosera Participation:

The following Atmosera team members are attending the event: