CPD workshop: Playing with ChatGPT

Playing with ChatGPT


Hello it’s me… ChatGTP: What exactly are Large Language models and what does that tell us about the challenges and opportunities for teaching at university

Learning outcomes:

  • Learn about how Large Language Models work
  • Learn about its strength and weakness
  • Learn about the legal issues
  • Discuss the implications for scientific (code) writing
  • Work on possible changes in your teaching and assessment
  • Possibly discuss implications for sentience and consciousness

This activity will be offered on-site (at EDLAB) on March 28, 2023, from 11.00-13.00 and you can sign up below.

About the trainer

Michael Capalbo has a wide range in his interests and background. He has a Master degree in Educational Psychology, a Ph.D. in computational neuroscience, does research into the human brain and personalized assessment. He is a BBC public speaking competition winner, a Comenius Senior Teaching Fellow and teaches at the faculty of psychology, the university college and at the faculty of computing sciences. In his last role, he has taught about Large Language Models, like GTP, for years. 

CPD Workshop: Playing with ChatGPT

All spots have been filled.

March 28, 2023
CPD Workshop: Playing with ChatGPT
Start Time: 11:00 am
End Time: 1:00 pm
Available Spots

Note about the costs
EDLAB is currently offering all CPD activities free of charge. Please note however that we have paid to develop and offer this session together with the trainers, so if you sign up but cannot attend, we would greatly appreciate it if you could give us at least 5 days’ notice so that we can advertise your spot to others who may be interested. Cancellation without at least 5 days’ notice or failure to show up may result in your department being charged the full cost price.

EDLAB reserves the right to postpone this event should a minimum of 6 participants not be reached.

Activity full or can’t make this date? Then sign up for the waiting list and we’ll let you know as soon as this event is scheduled again.