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Webinar: Hands on Prompt Engineering to Improve Productivity & Efficiency using ChatGPT

This presentation focuses on practical techniques and strategies for crafting prompts that significantly improve ChatGPT's ability to understand and respond to user queries, thereby boosting your own productivity and efficiency in various applications.

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Webinar: Hands on Prompt Engineering to Improve Productivity & Efficiency using ChatGPT
Webinar: Hands on Prompt Engineering to Improve Productivity & Efficiency using ChatGPT

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Feb 22, 2024, 12:00 PM – 12:45 PM PST

Online Conference / Webinar

About the event

Exploring the nuances of Generative AI, we will demonstrate how subtle modifications in prompt structure can lead to vastly improved outcomes, from more accurate information retrieval to enhanced creativity in responses. Attendees will gain hands-on experience through real-world examples and interactive exercises designed to hone their skills in prompt engineering. This talk will be helpful for everyone – from content creators to project managers, parents to authors, and anyone interested in leveraging the full potential of ChatGPT to achieve their goals, making AI interactions more effective and user-friendly.

About the speaker: Ross Smith is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and blogger. Author of The Practical Guide to Defect Prevention and holds seven patents. He is a PhD scholar at University College Dublin’s SMARTLab program, focused on AI, automation, worker displacement, and the future of work. To further this effort, he is a co-founder of the Future World Alliance, a nonprofit committed to responsible AI for the next generation. He has been part of the White House Champions of Change. Who’s Who in American Poetry 2013. And former member of the American Association of Editorial Cartooonists.

​He has worked at Microsoft for over 32 years, currently in M365 Supportability, working on ChatGPT deployment. 

He is a board member at Spreeha. He is a cofounder of the Seattle Women in Tech Consortium and member of the leadership council for iUrbanTeen. He has been a member of the Leadership Council for the Anita Borg Institute, 3 year co-chair for Grace Hopper Organizational Transformation track. He is a member of ABI Local in Seattle, and part of the gender partner LT and ”male ally” panel discussions at the IEEE Women in Technology and National Center for Women in Technology (NCWIT) Summit and TechCrunch. Work with Native Americans at Microsoft. He is a Sequoyah Fellow in the the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES). He was invited to the White House for a Champions of Change program on women in STEM. His academic research papers are published on ResearchGate.

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