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-- ONLINE REGISTRATION SOLD OUT -- Remaining places will be available at the reception desk in the BC building on the day of the event. In this activity, you will learn to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of ChatGPT based on real-life examples. In particular, you will have to solve different tasks and compare your results with those produced by the AI software. The tasks have been chosen to be solved by different types of audiences (children and adults) and the whole workshop will be done in a playful way with prizes to be won throughout the interaction. The goal is to allow a discussion with the supervisors that will allow you to better understand how to use ChatGPT properly. Workshop run by Martin Rajman Professor Antoine Bosselut - Natural Language Processing Lab (NLP) Schedule: 10h00 / 11h00 / 12h00 / 14h00 / 15h00 / 16h00 Length of activity: 30 min

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Children (7-10 years)
Children (11-13 years)
Young people (14-16 ans)



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