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Just over a year ago, the world was introduced to ChatGPT, sparking excitement around terms like ‘Generative AI’ or ‘Large Language Models’. This groundbreaking technology is not just a buzzword but a breakthrough that is reshaping industries in profound ways.
In an inspiring conversation, I had a chance to interview Dr. Stephan Ruppert, who has successfully integrated this innovative technology into the fabric of his work as an Intercultural Communication trainer and lecturer. But his efforts extend beyond this, Dr. Ruppert is on a mission to empower his peers in the field, teaching them how to harness the potential of AI tools such as ChatGPT and Midjourney in their professional lives, under the brand of Linking Cultures.
Human: Hello, who are you? AI: I am an AI created by OpenAI. How can I help you today? Human: I was wondering how AI can improve intercultural training. …
And while the warmth on our skin invites us to relax, an alarm clock is ticking in the back of our mind. Something is not right, something should be done about it, and we just don’t know what. So what gives you hope when it comes to climate change?
What are the intercultural impacts of migration due to climate change? Will there be a need for increased intercultural awareness? What role does interculturalism play in the climate debate? These are some of the questions that will be explored in our content during the upcoming months.
Her views were quite different from those of some people I know in the USA, where, irrespective of race, religion, colour or gender, they have scaled ladders of success as defined by society. Therefore, it was important to meet her…to get a different voice on Diversity and Inclusion at my table.
Coffee with MG: diversity and inclusion with Garima Tyagi, HR business partner leader for Verizon India
“Diversity can be counterproductive unless inclusion comes into play!” Garima is very sure of that. A month ago, I was elated to see someone from my Alma-mater (IMT Ghaziabad, India) making waves in...
The upper north of Europe, characterised by arctic landscapes, is the home of the Sámi Indigenous People who found a way of living in the region long time ago. But who are the Sámi and what can we learn from their lifestyle about climate change? Turns out to be pretty much.
Starting this April, we are pleased to bring you views, opinions and ideas from a large but select cross-section of experts on biannual topics under the blog: Coffee with MG. Our topic for this half of an already eventful 2022 is Diversity and Inclusion. Our first guest: SIETAR Germany’s former President Gary Thomas.
A compelling story about the character Kim Ji-young who faces the difficulties of growing up as a woman and motherhood in Korean society. Ji-young may be fictional, but is presented in the book as a realistic individual representing many women with a similar fate in Korea.
We strongly condemn the full-scale war that is taking place in Ukraine. The biggest country of Europe has become the target of a brutal Russian invasion. These unjustified and atrocious attacks are undermining the sovereignty of an independent country that seeks freedom of choice. The freedom to choose their allies, the freedom to collaborate internationally and the freedom to choose democracy.