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Recent advances in generative AI have made everyone crazy (in ways good and bad). Everyone it seems is using ChatGPT to answer questions, plan menus, and write love letters—when they’re not using Midjourney or Stable Diffusion to draw astronauts on a horse in the style of Andy Warhol.
In this talk, Professor Dan Hunter examines how generative AI models like are built, sketches their meteoric rise, and discusses some of the profound legal and ethical issues created by large language models.
This event is in-person only. Please register on Eventbrite.
This event is part of the King's Festival of Artificial Intelligence, running from Wednesday 24 to Sunday 28 May 2023, which brings together speakers, exhibits, demos and screenings in an exciting programme of events. Take a look at the other events here.
Please note, King's events are free, which means we routinely overbook to allow for no-shows and avoid empty seats. Admission is on a first come, first served basis, so please arrive in good time to avoid disappointment. We will not be able to admit those without tickets or latecomers.
Professor Dan Hunter is the Executive Dean of the Dickson Poon School of Law at King’s College London. He is an expert in legal technology and artificial intelligence & law. He is the author of books on gamification, intellectual property law, and intelligent legal systems. He has degrees in computer science and law, and a PhD from Cambridge in the cognitive science of legal reasoning.