• 02 May 2024
  • Online
  • Talks and Lectures

Understanding Generative AI and Prompting

Mohammad Keyhani discusses why Generative AI represents one of humanity's greatest technological leaps and why it is displaying surprising "emergent behaviours" not previously expected of AI systems. Explore how prompting techniques and no-code tools can be used to make better use of Generative AI. Best practices in the use of Generative AI tools like ChatGPT are based on findings from the emerging field of "machine psychology" in which researchers are trying to understand how AI systems based on Large Language Models think and behave. 

Time: 5.00-6.00pm
Date: 2 May 2024

Image credit: This image was generated by Mohammad Keyhani using DALL·E.


Mohammad Keyhani

Associate Professor (Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary)

Mohammad Keyhani is an Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and the DBA Program Director at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary. His teaching and research focus on the areas of digital entrepreneurship, generative AI applications, and entrepreneurial experimentation. He has published in top tier peer-reviewed journals and presented in international conferences where he has received multiple best paper and best reviewer awards. He is also a no-code builder and experimental entrepreneur who blogs about his work at DigitVibe.com. He has designed and taught one of Canada's first "Generative AI and Prompting" courses at the university level. His other experiences include roles such as business advisor to multiple start-ups, Lab Strategist at the Creative Destruction Lab Rockies, and a David Rockefeller Fellow at the Trilateral Commission