Implementing GPT, DALL-E, Midjourney, or other generative AI models? Building a GPT-powered product? Sign up for the webinar and learn how to overcome some of the most common challenges of generative AI adoption. See how to deal with data security, who owns the IP rights of AI-generated content, and how to deal with model errors. Find out what it takes to help your next generative AI project succeed.
There is no doubt that generative AI is THE tech trend of 2023. It attracts the most publicity, the most investment, and the most funding. Yet, the adoption of generative AI doesn’t come without fears, uncertainties, and doubts.
Is it the right time to adopt generative AI? Which model is the best? What if a new powerful model shows up? Can I trust the AI recommendations? What about data security and IP rights?
In the new episode of Neoteric AI Talks, we will talk about the challenges you need to overcome when implementing GPT and other generative AI models or building your own GPT-powered product. We will go through the most common risks of generative AI adoption and the fears that accompany this process. Join our discussion and get ready for your next generative AI project.
Otavio is a seasoned entrepreneur, executive, and academic with a rich R&D, Product Development, and Business Development portfolio within cyber security, risk-based systems, and AI. His entrepreneurial feats include creating and growing pioneering cloud and AI-based ventures.
Beyond his entrepreneurial pursuits, he brings his expertise to the University of Virginia, teaching at the Darden Business School and the School of Engineering. He also serves as an advisor to the European External Action Service (EEAS), the EU’s diplomatic service.
Otavio holds a Civil Engineering degree, a master’s in systems engineering, and an MBA from the Darden Business School. These credentials underpin his ability to bridge the technical and business worlds.
He has presented to the European Commission on AI regulation matters and contributed insights to the Guardian, the Washington Post, WSJ, and Dark Reading. With a career spanning over 20 years, Otavio’s leadership has influenced businesses across multiple geographies and sectors.
Maritza Johnson PhD is the Founding Director of the Center for Civil Digital Society at the University of San Diego. She is working to establish a new type of relationship with data, one that epitomizes legibility, accountability and resilience. Before joining USD, Maritza was a User Experience Researcher at Google Research and a Technical Privacy Manager on Facebook’s Public Policy team. Her 2011 paper “The Failure of Online Social Network Privacy Settings” won the Future of Privacy Forum’s Privacy Papers for Policy Makers Award. Maritza received M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from Columbia University and a B.A. degree from University of San Diego.
Michał Minikowski is a Senior Client Partner at Neoteric. He helps businesses harness the value of generative AI by delivering custom-made AI solutions. Host of Neoteric’s AI Talks, where top industry experts talk about opportunities and challenges of AI adoption.