Webinar



AI & Intercultural Synergies: Exploring New Horizons

16 April 2024
17:00 - 18:15 CET

AI & Intercultural Synergies: Exploring New Horizons


Join us for an enlightening journey into the future of technology and culture with SIETAR AI & Intercultural Work

We’re excited to invite you to our exclusive webinar, designed to enhance your understanding of Artificial Intelligence and its significant role in our intercultural endeavors.

🌟 Webinar Highlights:
AI & Intercultural Synergies: Exploring New Horizons
Featuring: Dr. Stephan Ruppert
Date & Time: April 16, 17:00 – 18:15 CET

Unlock Insights Into:

– The Essence of AI: Delve into what everyone involved in intercultural work needs to comprehend about AI’s mechanisms.
– Synergistic Collaboration: Learn the secrets to effective collaboration with AI technologies.
– AI in Action: Discover exciting real-world applications and use cases for AI.
– Beyond ChatGPT: Explore the fascinating world of AI tools that are shaping our future.
– Challenging Stereotypes & Biases: Understand the inherent biases within generative AI and strategies to mitigate them.

Don’t miss this opportunity to collaborate, learn, and be inspired by the intersection of AI and intercultural work.

Reserve your spot today and be part of shaping a more inclusive and technologically advanced tomorrow!

Register here : https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZApcOyspz8uGdQm88uokXkUTJD6pGm_57eQ

Stephan Ruppert is based in Hamburg in Germany and works as a trainer and lecturer for Intercultural communication and intercultural leadership. His regional focus is Germany and Asia, especially China, where he worked as a manager for 3 Years.
His fascination for new technologies led him to explore tools like Chat GPT and Midjourney, sparking his interest from the very start. He designed a unique AI training program tailored specifically for trainers, coaches, and educators and demonstrates in his training how generative AI can improve efficiency and quality of output for typical use cases. Stephan leads the newly formed AI working group within SIETAR Germany.



 

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