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How to Use ChatGPT to
Gain Superpowers in Life and Work
ChatGPT is the fastest growing consumer Internet service ever, reaching 100M users two months after it was released. The ability of ChatGPT to answer questions and generate content on any topic is amazing, and the use cases are endless. In this webinar we will show you how to use ChatGPT to gain superpowers and improve your productivity both at work and in day-to-day tasks.
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* Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
* ChatGPT under the hood: Large language models
* ChatGPT in action: Real-world use cases and examples
* Getting the most out of ChatGPT: Prompt engineering techniques
* Beyond ChatGPT: New and upcoming AI chatbots
Jeff Pulver is a tech industry icon, a pioneer in the field of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), and a leading advocate for internet freedom. In the late 1990s, Pulver saw the potential for VoIP to revolutionize the way we communicate and founded the company Vonage, one of the first VoIP service providers. As VoIP began to gain traction, Pulver faced resistance from traditional telephone companies and regulators. In 2004, he took on the establishment and petitioned the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to issue the “Pulver Order,” which ensured that VoIP services would not be subject to traditional telephone regulation. This decision paved the way for the widespread adoption of VoIP and transformed the way we communicate.
Dror Gill is a Generative AI Evangelist, helping organizations use the power of AI to increase efficiency, supercharge their operations and gain a competitive edge. Mr. Gill is a technology executive with over 30 years of experience, who pioneered voice over IP at IBM Research, video over cellular networks at Emblaze, and perceptual video optimization at Beamr, where he won a Technology and Engineering Emmy® award. Mr. Gill holds a B.Sc in Electrical Engineering from the Technion and is the co-inventor of 37 granted patents.
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