On 23 April , SFCCA held the “Rules of survival in the co-existence of humans and artificial intelligence” seminar at the Multi-Purpose Hall@Level 2 as part of the Talk of Town’s Youth Seminar Series. The event attracted around 100 participants and received enthusiastic responses.
The keynote speakers for the seminar were Associate Professor June Tay（戴慧敏）from Singapore University of Social Sciences’ (SUSS) Digital Media Programme, Chief Technology Officer of Mathwallet（麦子钱包）Eric Yu and SUSS Head of the Doctor of Business Administration Programme Dr Wang Yue.
In his address, Dr Zhou mentioned that while clan associations or Chinese community organisations are showing “signs of aging” and young people are reluctant to participate, the core issue still lies in how these associations can leverage on new technology to encourage broader public involvement and harness their value and expertise, especially that of the youth.
Associate Professor June Tay Hui Min discussed the development process of Artificial Intelligence (AI). During her sharing, she also mentioned that the performance of ChatGPT depends on data, parameters, etc. and the presence of various perspectives and potential biases in data remains a concern.
Mr Eric Yu shared his insights regarding Artificial Intelligence and introduced the concept of Prompt Engineering to the participants. The concept includes: how to ask questions, creative thinking, and specificity skills.
Dr. Wang Yue first gathered the audience’s opinions and perceptions of ChatGPT through a poll. She then shared her own views on ChatGPT and mentioned AI’s current progression, AI’s future development trends, as well as its applications in relevant fields.