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Are you ready to revolutionize your startup and business ideas with the power of AI and ChatGPT? Join us for a 1-hour workshop at Harvard Innovation Labs, where we’ll explore the cutting-edge capabilities of this and several other easy-to-use AI tools and how it can be used to drive innovation and entrepreneurship.
ChatGPT is a powerful AI model that can understand and respond to human language, it can be used to generate text(including songs, poems, business plans, websites, etc..), answer questions, summarize large documents, and much more. You’ll discover what sets ChatGPT apart from previous versions of AI and learn how to harness its full potential to generate new business ideas and streamline workflow. We’ll also be discussing DALL-E 2, which is an AI model that generates images from natural language text. Additionally, we’ll dive into several others of the latest and most cutting-edge AI tools available in the market today. We’ll also dive into the technical side of ChatGPT, including the API and different variations of the GPT-3 model, such as Da Vinci and Curie. Don’t worry if you have no prior technical knowledge – this workshop is designed for entrepreneurs and innovators. The tech is much easier than you think. You’ll also get a glimpse into other AI tools that can be used in conjunction with ChatGPT and learn about what’s in store for future updates. This is a unique opportunity to learn how ChatGPT can take your startup to the next level. Don’t miss out, register now! The workshop is taught by Phil Greenwald, the former Associate Director and Lead Technology Advisor at Harvard Innovation Labs.
Pizza will be provided!
Speaker: Phil Greenwald
Phil Greenwald is the founder and CEO of HiWave. He frequently lectures on technology, entrepreneurship, software development, and other tough tech topics (AI, VR, Blockchain, etc…). He’s actually an i-lab staff alum. Before starting HiWave, he was the Associate Director of Technology and Lead Technology advisor at Harvard Innovation Labs. He built and managed the i-lab’s Augmented and Virtual Reality Studio and also oversaw the creation of the i-lab’s technology Development department. Prior to his time at the i-lab, he founded Code Undercover, the world’s first coding school in which students learn to code by building their own product idea.