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ChatGPT, hyper trucage et IA : le vrai du faux (event in french)

May 1, 2023 11:00 at 12:30
Location: Online

With Lyse Langlois as moderator, our panelists will reflect on the issues surrounding the topic of the day: artificial intelligence. With the rise of tools such as GPT Chat, can we foresee the likely and useful applications of these tools, in order to take advantage of them? What are the solutions to reduce ethical risks, problematic uses of AI in research and avoid the erosion of public trust in science and its institutions? Join the discussion!


Lyse Langlois, Full Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences. Executive Director of the International Observatory on the Societal Impacts of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Technology (OBVIA). Researcher at the Interuniversity Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT).


  • Nadia Naffi, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Laval University.
  • Jonathan Durand Folco, Assistant Professor, Elisabeth Bruyère School of Social Innovation, Saint Paul University.
  • Eve Gaumond, Law Researcher, Centre de recherche en droit public, Université de Montréal.