Philly ETE 2023 — Navigating A World Where AI-Generated Misinformation Can Be Created At Scale — Alex Cui

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Abstract

Any developer who is trying to build a platform for authentic human content is under threat from the capabilities enabled by ChatGPT, and other text generation services. Whether it’s education, applications, hiring, reviews, publishing, email, or social media, we are now dealing with actors who can distribute convincing, unique, and factually-unchecked content at scale.

Alex Cui, CTO of GPTZero, will be discussing some of the first-hand challenges that our partners have faced, and the approach we are taking to tackle them. We’ll also discuss how you can use the tools and APIs we’ve developed to detect the use of AI in generated text, how we can zero in on original sources, and how we envision the future of navigating an AI-filled internet.

About Alex Cui

Alex Cui is co-founder and CTO of GPTZero, the world’s leading platform for detecting AI-generated text. He believes in bringing people together to create an internet where authentic human content can thrive. Alex has also presented at Capitol Hill, Facebook’s Policy team, and the Department of State, about how we can use technology to counter disinformation and political polarization. Previously, he worked on a machine learning engineering team at Facebook, R&D at Uber’s self-driving division, and published in leading machine learning conferences on understanding how people interact.

About the Conference

The Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise (ETE) is the Mid-Atlantic’s premier developer’s conference. Entering its 17th year, we’ve brought world-class speakers — including some local favorites — to speak about leading-edge technologies being used today, and emerging technologies that will be important for attendees to know about in the near future.

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