DIVE INTO THE FUTURE OF CHATGPT!
OpenAI ChatGPT Lab is designed for campers 14 to 16 years old and instructed by Christopher Crevling, a seasoned, twenty year professional in the field of software development and business management. During the five day offering, campers, turned AI programers, will deep dive into OpenAI and ChatGPT.
OpenAI is an AI research and deployment company headquartered in San Francisco, CA. founded in 2015, originally a non-profit organization it shifted to a for-profit business around 2019. More recently, Microsoft has made investments of $1 billion in 2019 and upwards of $10 billion in early 2023 after OpenAI launched its AI model ChatGPT.
The company’s mission ‘is to ensure that artificial general intelligence benefits all of humanity.’ Most notably, OpenAI ‘trained a model called ChatGPT which interacts in a conversational way. The dialogue format makes it possible for ChatGPT to answer follow-up questions, admit its mistakes, challenge incorrect premises, and reject inappropriate requests.’
Throughout the camp week students will explore the world of AI, and gain an understanding of Natural Language Processing, AI Projects and Purpose, and deep dive into the complexities of ChatGPT and its more current versions.
Daily lessons components, curriculum highlights and camper outcomes include:
Day 1: Introduction to OpenAI and ChatGPT
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing
Explanation of AI and its history
Overview of NLP and its importance
Overview of OpenAI and its goals
Explanation of OpenAI’s mission and purpose
Discussion of OpenAI’s research and projects
Understanding ChatGPT and its capabilities
Explanation of how GPT works
Overview of GPT’s architecture and performance
Discussion of the applications and limitations of GPT
Day 2: Interacting with ChatGPT
Hands-on exercises to familiarize with the GPT interface
Practical exercises to understand how to interact with GPT
Exploration of the different interfaces and tools available to interact with GPT
Understanding the context and the language model prompt
Explanation of the importance of the context in GPT’s output
Overview of the different types of prompts and their effects on GPT’s output
Customizing the prompt to fit specific tasks
Hands-on exercises to create custom prompts for specific tasks
Discussion of how to optimize prompts for maximum results
Day 3: Using ChatGPT for Text Generation
Text generation with ChatGPT: Poetry, stories, lyrics, etc.
Overview of text generation with GPT
Hands-on exercises to generate different types of text with GPT
Understanding the impact of the prompt on the generated text
Discussion of the factors that affect the quality and coherence of generated text
Hands-on exercises to evaluate the impact of the prompt on the generated text
Fine-tuning the model to generate specific text styles
Explanation of how to fine-tune the model for specific text styles
Hands-on exercises to fine-tune the model for a specific style of text generation
Day 4: Using ChatGPT for Question Answering
Understanding the limitations and advantages of using ChatGPT for question-answering
Overview of the challenges and limitations of using GPT for question-answering
Discussion of the benefits and advantages of using GPT for question-answering
Creating effective prompts for question-answering tasks
Explanation of the elements of an effective prompt for question-answering
Hands-on exercises to create effective prompts for question-answering tasks
Using ChatGPT to answer questions about various topics
Hands-on exercises to answer questions about different topics using GPT
Discussion of the accuracy and reliability of the answers generated by GPT
Day 5: Using ChatGPT for Language Translation
Understanding the basics of machine translation
Explanation of the basics of machine translation
Overview of the different approaches to machine translation
Fine-tuning the model for specific language pairs
Explanation of how to fine-tune the model for specific language pairs
Hands-on exercises to fine-tune the model for a specific language pair
Evaluating the results of the language translation tasks
Overview of the metrics and techniques used to evaluate machine translation
Hands-on exercises to evaluate the quality of the language translations generated by GPT
Hands-on exercises to translate text from one language to another
Practical exercises to translate text
Instructed by Christopher Crevling
Chris is a seasoned professional in the field of software development and business management. He has over 20 years of experience in the industry, and has built a reputation for delivering high-quality solutions to his clients. He is a skilled coder and has a strong understanding of various programming languages and frameworks. He has also demonstrated an ability to lead and manage a team of developers, ensuring that projects are completed on time and to the client’s satisfaction. Chris teaches coding from time to time, he most recently taught at Tahoe Expedition Academy during the 2021-22 school year.
Ages: Designed for students 14 to 16 years old.
Gender: Girls and Boys.
Capacity: Limited to 10 participants per session.
When: Monday thru Friday, 9:00am – 3:00pm daily on the weeks listed below.
- Session #1 runs from July 31 – Aug 4, 2023
Where: Participants will meet each morning at Tahoe Expedition Academy’s 42 acre Martis Valley campus, located at 9765 Shaffer Mill Rd. Truckee, CA 96161
What to Bring: Computer Requirement – A PC Windows professional laptop or an updated MacBook Pro capable of running coding software. also pack lunch, snack, hat and sunglasses, as well as close toed shoes.
Camp Price: $575, early bird discounting thru April 15th ($25 off).