Large Language Models (LLM): How LLMs work and the Potential Difficulties

part of: Artificial Intelligence and Large Language Models
June 14, 2024, 7:00pm - 7:30pm
Department of Philosophy, Physics, Engineering, Computer Science, Loyola University Maryland

McManus Theater
4501 N. Charles St
Baltimore 21210
United States

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Loyola University Maryland


Loyola's 42nd annual Cosmos & Creation conference is pleased to feature keynote talks by Anne Foerst, Professor of Computer Science at St. Bonaventure University.  On Friday night at 7:30 pm, she will give a talk in the McManus Theater on "Large Language Models (LLM): How LLMs Work and the Potential Difficulties."  On Saturday, June 15th at 10:30 am, she will give discuss "Large Language Models (LLM):  The Theological Implications."  The Saturday afternoon lecture at 1:30 pm will be given by David H. Gordon, Assistant Teaching Professor of Philosophy at Loyola Universtiy Maryland, on "The Implications of Evolution for Metaphysics."

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