Chatting with the Future: Exploring the legal and ethical challenges of ChatGPT and Generative AI
From Sheau-Yueh Chao
Moderated by David Rosenberg, Professor from the Center for Corporate Integrity at Zicklin School of Baruch College, this lecture focuses on the new OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Last November 2022, OpenAI unleashed ChatGPT, a free chatbot that creates text using AI technology. ChatGPT demonstrates remarkable abilities, such as passing exams from law, business, and medical schools and its text-generation capabilities have also been used for simpler tasks such as to writing Shakespearean sonnets, discussing complicated topics, and composing heartfelt love songs. As the hype around ChatGPT continues to grow, new ethical concerns are emerging about the development and use of AI tools.
In the chat, Professor Yafit Lev-Aretz and Professor Nizan Packin discuss the current state of ethics in artificial intelligence and machine learning, and the importance of responsible AI in today’s society. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in the discussion, ask questions, and share their own experiences and perspectives on the ethical considerations of ChatGPT.