Crash course in prompting (online)
This gives you well-founded and useful content in ChatGPT & Co.
In a world increasingly characterised by artificial intelligence, understanding and skilful use of prompts is of crucial importance. But how should a perfect prompt be structured so that you can achieve top results with ChatGPT & Co. achieve top results? How can you use prompting to make your day-to-day work more productive?
In this booster seminar, you will receive the right toolbox for effective prompts and thus expand your AI communication skills.
- Get to know the decisive criteria for successful prompts in order to fulfil every requirement.
- Learn how to create successful prompts with Google Bard, ChatGPT, Claude and Co.
- Recognise which tasks you can automate in the future using prompting.
- Benefit from the daily adaptation of content to the rapid progress of AI.
- The perfect prompt for every requirement
- Decisive criteria for successful prompts
- This is why lawyers, programmers and project managers must be able to react promptly and in different ways.
- Creating successful prompts - language, style and clarity
- Human intuition and prompting - utilising synergy effects
Who is this event aimed at?
This booster seminar is aimed at specialists and managers from all industries and business areas who want to expand their knowledge and skills in the use of artificial intelligence to make their day-to-day work more efficient. The booster seminar is designed for both beginners and advanced users.
Your lecturer for Artificial Intelligence: M.Sc. Sanjay Sauldie
A mathematician and computer scientist by training, he completed his Master's degree (M.Sc.) in digital disruption and transformation. As Director of the European Digital Business Institute & Academy (EDBIA), he is one of the most sought-after European experts on digitalisation in companies and society. His talks and seminars always focus on practical applications. He manages to make the complex world of digitalisation understandable for everyone in simple terms.