Join us for a one-day meeting within the MIT Physics Department to explore the growing significance of Language Models (LLMs). This event will feature a series of contributed talks from esteemed members of the department, along with informative overview presentations. We will delve into the practical applications of LLMs in various domains, including Teaching & Administration, Research & Writing, Programming & Data Analysis, and the underlying technology of LLMs. This gathering offers an excellent opportunity to learn, share insights, and foster collaboration within the MIT community. The event is free, and registration is open to all members of the MIT community.
The event will be hybrid, and can be attended on Zoom. The link will be sent out to registered participants before the event, and through the MIT Physics e-mail lists. If you want access the the link and have missed the registration deadline, please contact Josh Borrow (firstname.lastname@example.org), listing your name, title, affiliation, and .edu e-mail.
Written by ChatGPT-3.5 (Prompt: I am organising a meeting within the MIT physics department about LLMs. The meeting will allow for contributed talks from various members of the department, and some overview talks from others. It will be a one day event. We will discuss how LLMs are relevant to Teaching & Administration, Research & Writing, Programming & Data Analysis, as well as the technology of LLMs themselves. Please write me a paragraph or two for the description of the event, mentioning it is free and registration is open to the entire MIT community. Please avoid flowery language.)