This training aims to ensure a better understanding of how generative AI works and to examine the conditions for its responsible use in organizations considering best practices developed internationally and the latest scientific research.
This course will be given by Prof. Gregory Lewkowicz and Prof. David Restrepo Amariles at the FARI Test & Experience Center (Cantersteen 16, 1000, Brussels).
– Tuesday 27 February 2024
– Tuesday 14 May 2024
Duration: from 16:00 to 19:30
Since the release of ChatGPT, the spread of generative AI has made available to individuals and organizations an impressive technology. However, it also presents numerous risks for public administrations and businesses, especially when this technology is adopted discreetly and without proper guidance within them. This training aims to ensure a better understanding of how generative AI works and to examine the conditions for its responsible use in organizations considering best practices developed internationally and the latest scientific research.
1 – Acquire knowledge about the functioning of large language models (LLMs) and generative AI to better understand their value proposition for organizations.
2 – Identify risks and key elements to consider for ensuring a responsible adoption of generative AI in organizations.
3 – Formulate a policy regarding the use of generative AI at work, taking into account the best practices currently under development.
Target Audience & Discount
As FARI is supported by the European Resilience & Recovery Fund (RRF), we can continue to offer free access to participants from public administrations, public institutions and research institutions.
We can also provide a 50% discount to participants from the following target groups:
– Educational institutions
– NGOs and non-profit organisations
– Brussels based companies
– Brussels citizens