Exploring GPT’s Influence on Natural Science and Mathematics
- May 17 (Wed) at 10:00 - 15:00, 2023 (JST)
- Akio Tomiya (IPUT OSAKA), Taketo Sano (iTHEMS, RIKEN)
We are organizing a workshop to explore the application of ChatGPT in natural sciences, with a focus on theoretical physics and mathematics. Advances in GPT-4 and plugin technology are expected to bring about transformative changes in the way research is conducted. We will investigate the potential for another shift in research methodology following the advent of computers. Expert-led lectures on large language models (LLMs/ChatGPT) will also be conducted. We aim to deepen the discussion on the effective utilization of LLMs as tools to support the research of physicists and mathematicians.
This workshop will be held in a hybrid format, combining online streaming with in-person presentations, to accommodate a larger number of participants. In addition to the lectures, short talks and discussions will be held entirely offline. The target audience is mainly students and researchers in the natural sciences, but please note that there will be a limit to the number of in-person attendees.
The aim of this event is to provide a forum for researchers to engage in earnest discussions. Those who do not align with the objectives of this workshop are kindly asked to refrain from participating.
We look forward to this opportunity to consider, together with all of you, new research methods and perspectives in the fields of theoretical physics and mathematics in the natural sciences, utilizing ChatGPT.
(The above text was created by modifying the text generated by Chat-GPT and GPT-4.)
All talks will be delivered in Japanese.
This is an open event. Everyone is welcome!