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MIT CCC Workshop 1
By: Belén Saldías, Jad Kabbara, Deb Roy

The JKU & Circus of Knowledge @ the 2023 Ars Electronica Festival

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Large Language Models (LLMs) and Us

How well can LLMs represent my values? How, what, and from where do LLMs get their learning abilities? During two independent sessions, we will address a full spectrum of questions.

Session 1: We will talk about Large Language Models (LLMs) and you will have an opportunity to explore the challenges of the LLMs' range of capabilities first-hand, ranging from LLMs creative capacity and analytical abilities, to performing tasks with little prompting. How would you tell an AI to behave like you do? Can you tell the AI apart from a human? How would you probe the AI's values? Are these the same as yours? Where are their values coming from? Can they fool you?

Session 2: We will dive deeper into the data production and curation process and its role in modeling and deployment. We will also provide an end-to-end view of the flow from generation, provenance, control, influence, privacy, and ownership to integration into everyday life. During this session, participants will become more hands-on.

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The workshop will be held in English.
25 maximum per workshop.

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