Jena Alliance Workshop: AI and scientific work – a hands-on for early-career researchers

Auditorium Zur Rosen, Johannisstraße 13

Applications of generative artificial intelligence (such as ChatGPT) are on everyone's lips and reactions vary between euphoric enthusiasm and total rejection.

How could or should AI support the process of scientific work? Which application scenarios are conceivable, which tools are recommendable? Under which legal conditions can they be used?

After a brief general introduction, current software solutions will be presented using practical examples. Participants' own academic projects are welcome as examples, as are questions about specific software (in advance).

About the trainer: Thomas Witzgall works in the Law Department of the Thuringian University and State Library Jena (ThULB).

This event is open to all doctoral researchers of the Jena Alliance graduate schools.

Please register by September 20 by filling out the registration form.

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