Ask Us Anything: Generative AI Edition
Software Engineering Institute
Generative AI (GenAI) has been around for decades, but the latest leap in progress, fueled by high-capability large language models (LLMs), image and video generators, and AI pair programmers, has captivated audiences across a variety of disciplines. What can GenAI do well? What are the risks and opportunities of using GenAI?
SEI experts Doug Schmidt, Rachel Dzombak, Jasmine Ratchford, Matt Walsh, John Robert and Shing-hon Lau conducted a live question-and-answer session driven by the audience.
Here’s what attendees will learn:
- The risks and rewards of generative AI
- The future of LLMs
- SEI research in this area
About the Speaker
Douglas Schmidt is an SEI alumni employee.
Douglas Schmidt is a visiting scientist at the SEI working on special projects for the SEI director. Schmidt is the former chief technical officer of the SEI. Schmidt is currently the associate provost for research, development, and technologies at Vanderbilt University and co-director …Read more
Dr. Rachel Dzombak is the digital transformation lead within the Emerging Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute. In this role, Dzombak works with organizations to realize the capability of artificial intelligence (AI) for mission outcomes. Additionally, Dzombak helps lead efforts around the growth of the AI engineering …Read more