The Power of AI and ChatGPT:
Revolutionizing Education, IT, and Business

Thursday, 23rd February 2023
10.00 AM - 11.00 AM (GMT +05.30)
Virtual Event

ChatGPT is a revolutionary development in artificial intelligence, an AI language model from OpenAI that generates text with remarkable precision and detail in a wide range of styles. Since its release in November 2022, it has exploded in popularity and sparked lively conversation and debate on the implications of using AI in education, IT, business, and other areas.

This webinar will examine the use of both ChatGPT and DALL-E, a related neural network that generates original images from natural language descriptions, as emerging technologies that will profoundly impact society. We will explore the exciting opportunities and the ethical challenges these developments raise for how we learn, work, create, and interact with each other.

Key areas that will be covered:

  • The impact of generative AI on education through instant content creation and the development of adaptive learning systems and virtual tutors.
  • The use of AI in information technology to automate processes, improve efficiency and reduce costs.
  • How AI will transform the way companies operate through automated data management, content production, and virtual customer support.
  • The ethical challenges raised by generative AI including personal accountability, accuracy, bias, unpredictability, and the spread of false information.


Emory Craig

Emory Craig is the Cofounder and CEO of Digital Bodies, a global AR / VR / XR consulting
group and a popular website covering news and analysis of immersive technologies and AI
developments. He works with universities, nonprofits, businesses, and international
organizations, including the United Nations and OECD, to design, develop, and implement
initiatives in XR, AI, and digital ethics. In 2017-2018, he co-authored the groundbreaking
EDUCAUSE series on VR and AR, and in 2021, the State of XR Report on Immersive Learning.
He is an Innovator in Residence at Arizona State University for the ShapingEDU project on the
future of learning.

As a futurist, he is fascinated by how VR and AI are transforming the way we learn, work, and
communicate and their impact on education, politics, art, and the workplace. An innovative
leader in new media developments, he focuses on the personal skills and organizational
strategies - intuition, creativity, and adaptability - we will need to live in the future, a future where experiences are available on demand, generative AI is everywhere, and the boundary between the real and the virtual disappear.