Dr. Samuel Pinches is currently engaged as a postdoctoral researcher with the Surface Engineering in Advanced Materials (SEAM) team. With a passion for all things in material science, he is working across a range of projects, on everything from (A)dditive-manufacturing to (Z)eta potentials. Most of these projects are industrially driven, with some of the most interesting challenges found at the intersection of advanced sensing, process monitoring, and failure prediction. Recently, these areas have been benefiting from the proliferation of developments in the areas of big data, machine learning, and of course, artificial intelligence. When not found in the ATC basement lab at Swinburne, Samuel is a passionate tinkerer, with his most recent amusement involving connecting an old daisy-wheel typewriter to ChatGPT.
With the explosive deployment of AI-based technologies in the last six months, the talk will explore a range of topics relevant to both students and academics wanting to ride this new wave of innovation. The goal of this presentation is to provide an up-to date overview of the current AI-landscape, with practical strategies for incorporating AI tools into your workflow, while simultaneously highlighting some of the significant issues that requiring further consideration for us as individuals, as researchers, and as a collective society.
Dr Samuel Pinches, Postdoctoral Research Associate, SEAM
11 July 2023
11:00 am - 12:00 pm (GMT+11)
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