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Chat GPT and the Humanities

Friday, March 24, 2023 at 3:30pm

A.D. White House, Guerlac Room 121 Presidents Drive

“Come join us at Cornell for an open forum on ChatGPT and the Humanities. We'll be exploring how ChatGPT, a novel natural language processing technology, can be used to enhance research in the Humanities. We'll be discussing the potential for ChatGPT to improve research productivity, deepen understanding, and open up new avenues for exploration. Everyone is welcome!” – ChatGPT

This panel discussion will focus on ways to make a non-reductionist use of Artificial Intelligence in theoretical humanistic research and some consequences of automated text generation on present and future scholarship.

Participants include:

Morten Christiansen (Kennan Professor of Psychology, Cognitive Science and Information Science)
Laurent Dubreuil (Professor of Comparative Literature, Romance Studies, & Cognitive Science)
(recipients of a New Frontier grant for "Poetry, AI and the Mind: A Humanities-Cognitive Science Transdisciplinary Exploration)

Pablo Contreras Kallens (PhD candidate in Psychology)
Jacob Matthews (PhD candidate in Romance Studies)

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