Tuesday, July 5 2022 - 5:00 PM

GPT-3 Coding Workshop

Join us for a live coding workshop on OpenAI GPT-3! By the end of this 2 hour stream you will have built & deployed your very own application powered by GPT-3
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GPT-3 Workshop Join us for a live code broadcast workshop on GPT-3 where we for 2 hours will build & deploy our very own GPT-3 powered web application. You will be able to follow along with the live stream.

GPT-3

The GPT-3 is an autoregressive language model that uses deep learning to produce human-like text. This is the third-generation language prediction model in the GPT-n series created by OpenAI, and it has 175 billion parameters.

What to expect

Get the basic understanding of how to work with GPT-3 Follow along with the coding instructor step by step Code & Deploy your very own application powered by GPT-3

FAQ

What is GPT-3?

GPT3 is a language model that uses deep learning to produce human-like text. It allows you to build a wide range of applications where unstructured English text is the primary input/output. It's a really cool model with a lot of applications, but it's not perfect, it can also make some mistakes, so you should be careful in which situations you use it.

Do I need previous coding experience?

No, we will try to keep it simple, but the previous experience would not hurt. We will use Javascript, but if you know another programming language, that's fine as well. We will also explain the code step by step.

Do I need a local IDE / Code editor

No, we will use online options. If you want to play with it later, you can also use your own IDE.

What will we build?

That's a secret, we let you know at the start of the event.

Can I watch without coding?

You can, but we really encourage you to join us for the coding part.

What is the coding language?

For this workshop, we will use Python. For the next one we will use Javascript.


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