Artificial intelligence to Host an Unfiltered Ask Me Anything Twitter Space with OpenAI Team About How Developers Can Use ChatGPT, a developer-focused network, is set to host an unfiltered ‘ask me anything’ Twitter Space with the OpenAI team to talk about ChatGPT and the usages and benefits it brings to developers. The episode is set to go live on the 8th of February 2023, 5:45 PM GMT+1. Developer Advocate Francesco Ciulla is set to host the discussion where he will be joined by OpenAI team members Logan Kilpatrick, Member of the Developer Advocacy Staff; Sherwin Wu, Engineering Manager, and Natalie Staudacher, AI Specialist. This AMA episode will cover all things ChatGPT, including how to use it as a developer.

ChatGPT is a large language model developed by OpenAI. It uses deep learning techniques to generate human-like text responses to questions and prompts. Since its launch in November 2022, this Generative AI chatbot has been disrupting various industries and communities on a global scale.

The Speakers

The Speakers

Logan Kilpatrick

Logan Kilpatrick is a Member of the Developer Advocacy Staff at OpenAI and is currently pursuing a Master of Liberal Arts, Extension Studies, Digital Media Design. He currently splits his time as a full-time Senior Technology Advocate at PathAI, the Developer Community Advocate for the Julia Programming Language, and a Teaching Fellow for Harvard University’s Extension School course CSCI E-33A.

Sherwin Wu

Sherwin Wu is the Engineering Manager at OpenAI where he works on the API with the Applied AI Team. He previously worked as an Engineering Manager at Opendoor and Software Engineer at Quora. He also holds a Master of Engineering degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Natalie Staudacher

Natalie Staudacher works as an AI Specialist at OpenAI. Previously, she worked at Teleport, with roles ranging from Sales Development Team Lead, Account Manager, to Customer Success Manager. She also served as a Research Assistant in Heliophysics at the University of Michigan College of Engineering where she tracked and analyzed 4000 orbits for trends in planetary ions at the Mercurian magnetosphere, based on data from the NASA spacecraft, MESSENGER.


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