Date:
Tuesday, June 4, 2024
Time:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Price:
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Generative AI: From Basic Concepts to Real-World Applications

Intended Audience: Interested in generative AI.

Knowledge Level: This intermediate-level workshop is intended for participants with at least some technical background, such as hands-on coding or familiarity with the basics of machine learning methods.

 

Workshop Description

Generative AI has taken the world by storm, scaling machine learning to viably generate the written word, images, music, speech, video, and more. To the public, it is by far the most visible deployment of machine learning. To futurists, it is the most human-like. And to industry leaders, it has the widest, most untapped range of potential use cases.

In this workshop, participants will get an introduction to generative AI and its concepts and techniques. The workshop will cover different techniques for image, text, and 3D object generation, and so forth. Participants will also learn how prompts can be used to guide and generate output from generative AI models. Real-world applications of generative AI will be discussed, including image and video synthesis, text generation, and data augmentation. Ethical considerations when working with generative AI, including data privacy, bias, and fairness, will also be covered. Hands-on exercises will provide participants with practical experience using generative AI tools and techniques. By the end of the workshop, participants will have a solid understanding of generative AI and how it can be applied in various domains.

 

Schedule

  • Workshop starts at 8:30am MST
  • AM Break from 10:00 – 10:15am MST
  • Lunch Break from 12:00am – 12:45pm MST
  • PM Break: 2:15 – 2:30pm MST
  • End of the Workshop: 4:30pm MST

 

Instructor

Martin Musiol, Generative AI Expert, GenerativeAI.net

Long before the buzz surrounding generative AI, Martin Musiol was already advocating for its significance in 2015. Since then, he has been a frequent speaker at conferences, podcasts, and panel discussions, addressing the technological advancements, practical applications, and ethical considerations of generative AI. Martin Musiol is a co-founder of generativeAI.net, a lecturer on AI to over 1000 students, and publisher of the newsletter ‘Generative AI: Short & Sweet’. As a Data Science Manager at Infosys Consulting (previously at IBM), Martin Musiol helps companies globally harness the power of generative AI to gain a competitive advantage.

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