Live webinar held on June 27, 2023
ChatGPT and the explosion of advanced Large Language Models (LLMs) are disrupting every industry. We are now living in a new age of AI with an unprecedented pace of advancement. This paradigm shift is forcing all businesses, including innovation-driven companies in the life sciences and materials science, to consider what this means for them and how they can capitalize on this opportunity.
Enthought has been developing transformative Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning solutions for scientific research for decades. As pioneers in scientific computing, we recognize the technological and strategic inflection point before us all.
You are invited to a deep dive into the relevance and implications of ChatGPT, LLMs, and generative AI for your research team and organization.
Attendees will learn:
- The tech behind ChatGPT and LLMs and what’s so different now compared to before
- How to take an R&D lens to the rapidly changing and complex landscape of new models, components, and products
- The high-stakes risks for scientific R&D specifically
- The impact on how your research team could and should do their work
- Use cases for integrating LLMs into scientific workflows
- How to get started now with an eye on what’s next
- Q&A with Enthought's AI experts
Share with your R&D team:
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to discover the transformative potential of generative AI for scientific computing and learn how to stay ahead of the curve in the ever changing world of AI.
We encourage sharing this webinar with your entire research team as these technologies will impact each role differently.
Enthought is a globally recognized leader in scientific computing, developing transformative solutions that leverage advanced technologies to accelerate innovation in research. From AI-assisted interpretations of subsurface seismic data to quantum simulations for materials informatics and ML models for cancer therapeutics, Enthought empowers science-driven companies to achieve breakthrough discoveries in record time. We bring a unique blend of domain expertise, technical proficiency, and business acumen to R&D. Enthought is headquartered in Austin, Texas, with additional offices in Cambridge, United Kingdom; Zürich, Switzerland; and Tokyo, Japan.
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