In this workshop Maud Pols (Microsoft), George Tsatsaronis and Alina Helsloot (Elsevier) and Michele Murgia (Erasmus University Rotterdam) will share their thoughts on the topic. George will talk about how LLM could help researchers formulate better research questions, find faster and better scientific information, and optimise the research process; Alina will talk about legal and ethical aspects of using generative AI in research and scientific publications; Maud will talk about how students and researchers could benefit from Microsoft’s new AI-assistant Copilote and Michele will talk on the Erasmian Language Model: the philosophy behind it and the challenges with the implementation of LLM at a university.
This half-day workshop will be open to everybody interested in using Large Language Models for education and research. We discuss three case studies:
After the presentations there will be a panel discussion.