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Shaping Your Future AI-Lover with the Help of ChatGPT. And Should We Be Scared?

By Thomas Geissl

Session type

Breakout Session

Timing

Thu, 19 Oct 2023

Room

Breakout Room #2

About this session

Remember the movie “Her”? It made us question the idea of falling in love with an AI, finding it simultaneously creepy, sad, and frightening. But such connections might already be happening with large language models like ChatGPT.

Let's conduct experiments and shape the personality of a chatbot using prompt engineering techniques.

There will be an increasing number of human-machine relationships, and that might not necessarily be a negative development. However, it is crucial to design these relationships carefully. Let’s have a discussion!

Key Take-Aways

  • Prototyping a chatbot app using ChatGPT is not rocketscience.
  • Prompt engineering techniques discussed can be useful for various other applications.
  • Human-machine relationships may become a common part of our daily lives, and their design is crucial.

About Thomas

Thomas Geissl

Thomas Geissl

Design Technologist at frog & nantlab collective

Thomas works at the intersection of design and technology. He is deeply passionate about new media art and music. In addition to his role as a design technologist at frog, he is studying “postdigital lutherie” in Linz — a hybrid approach that combines traditional musical instruments with digital technologies. Furthermore, Thomas is an active member of nantlab, a collective that organizes workshops and creates interactive installations.