Subject: Will Artificial Intelligence take your science to the next level? – learn more during the workshop!
Why AI for scientists?
In two prospective studies with knowledge workers, the use of AI not only accelerated output by 25%. Much more dramatic is the result that the quality of the output increased by 40%.
AI-based assistants revolutionise science and enable researchers to work more efficiently and effectively. However, it is important for researchers to use these tools judiciously and with an understanding of their limitations.
What, when and how will we discuss?
21.11.23 9:00 to 15:30
Module 1: What are GPTs and how do you use GPT-based tools with good prompting?
Module 2: AI Assistants for scientific writing and for scientific literature review
Module 3: AI-based brainstorming for experimental setups, for collaboration partners
22.11.23 9:00 to 13:30
Module 4: Introspection with AI assistants, decision making and preparing for your next job interview.
Module 5: From Zero to Coding with AI Assistants.
Throughout the interaction questions / material / text / ideas from participants will be implemented live online as input into the AI tools. These case studies and live exercises will help participants to apply the concepts and tools to their own scientific research.
Interested in joining the workshop? Register online.
Event: Scientists Need More AI-tools for Research!
Date: 21-22 November 2023
Time: 09:00-15:30 and 09:00-13:30
Speaker: Prof. Dr Daniel Mertens
The workshop “Scientists Need More AI-tools for Research!” is the first training opportunity proposed by the ERA SHUTTLE Project _ Accelerating ERA by Sharing Unique Talents for healThy Life and Environment. The project is funded by Horizon Europe funding sub-programme, the ERA Talents action, the European Union supports cross-sectoral talent circulation, collaboration & career development of researchers, as well as the managers and administrators of research.
The participation is free of charge.
Join online and take a chance to learn more about AI in research.