Nerd Nite Tokyo #56: The culture and morality of large language models

I am privileged to have presented at Nerd Nite Tokyo. Here, I talked about the research I had been doing at RIKEN. Due to several reasons, that particular research is put on pause. In any case, I have always been interested in science communication, and Nerd Nite Tokyo gives me a hands-on experience with it.

My part! The first speaker was also awesome. Play the video from the start if you want to see his presentation, too.

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Title: The culture and morality of large language models
Authors: May Kristine Jonson Carlon
Date: March 15, 2024

Blurb (from Nerd Nite Tokyo)

May Kristine Jonson Carlon has been talking to large language models like ChatGPT: she will discuss what she’s learned about the cultural and moral differences between AI and humans, and where AI might be going in the future.