October 3, 2023 | 6–7:30 pm
Princeton Public Library, Princeton, NJ
A diverse set of voices from the tech industry, journalism, the arts, and higher education will discuss how ChatGPT, and generative AI more broadly, will alter how we define, understand, and practice creativity in the future.
The panel features:
Min Li Chan
Essayist, Technologist, Alphabet/Google alum
Distinguished Fellow, Virginia Tech’s Center for Humanities, Twitter/Google/YouTube alum
Director, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto
Following the panel, light refreshments will be provided and there will be opportunities to talk informally with the program participants.
Co-sponsored by the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, Princeton Public Library, and the National Humanities Center.
Attendees are strongly encouraged but not required to register in advance.
Featured image created with OpenAI’s DALL-E 2 text-to-image model.