Exploring the Risks of Using ChatGPT for Inclusivity

When:  Feb 27, 2024 from 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM (ET)

The rise of AI and emerging technologies is poised to change the way we live and work. While some fear the implications of its presence in the workplace, evidence shows that certain applications will have a positive benefit and make work easier and more efficient. In the case of human resources, it has the potential to make workplaces more equitable and inclusive. In this one-hour webinar, Hebatullah Issa, Founder of Disability Content Consulting, and Nadia Fischer, Founder of Witty Works, will lead an insightful discussion on the advantages and risks of ChatGPT and provide practical inputs for organizations on how to remedy the risks of ChatGPT.

They will discuss:

· The construction of large language models, where bias exists within, and how they can coexist harmoniously with inclusive language.
· The importance of contextual inclusivity within different communities and regions and how ChatGPT plays a role in the socio-cultural linguistic contextuality of disability language.
· ChatGPT's limitations in understanding the nuanced context of inclusivity across communities and regions, particularly around disability language and socio-cultural factors.

…and more!

Don’t miss this important conversation as we near the end of Q1 2024.