Feb 12

Generative AI Learning Community: Research Presentation & Discussion

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Hybrid / LL001 Milstein + Zoom
  • Add to Calendar 2024-02-12 16:30:00 2024-02-12 17:30:00 Generative AI Learning Community: Research Presentation & Discussion In this Generative AI Learning Community session (co-hosted by the CSC, CEP, IMATS, and BLAIS), Prof. Lydia Chilton and Grace Li BC '24 will share their research on on how AI tools can support science communication on social media. There will be ample time for questions and discussion with the audience. You can find a description of Prof. Chilton and Grace Li's research below.In this project, we focus on how we can build AI-tools to support science communication on social media. We explored Tweetorials, in which we help scientists communicate STEM topics in a more engaging and accessible way through Twitter threads. Our research focuses on three different areas of support for Tweetorial writing: Topic Scoping, Hook Generation, and Narrative Structure Generation. Through Tweetorials, we focused on specific aspects of the writing process that people often struggled with when trying to make scientific writing more engaging and reduce the cognitive load of brainstorming.  This event is planned to take place in person (LL001 Milstein) and online.  We look forward to seeing you there! For more information about the Barnard CSC, go to https://www.csc.barnard.edu or follow us on Instagram and X (@barnard_csc). Hybrid / LL001 Milstein + Zoom Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

In this Generative AI Learning Community session (co-hosted by the CSC, CEP, IMATS, and BLAIS), Prof. Lydia Chilton and Grace Li BC '24 will share their research on on how AI tools can support science communication on social media. There will be ample time for questions and discussion with the audience. You can find a description of Prof. Chilton and Grace Li's research below.

In this project, we focus on how we can build AI-tools to support science communication on social media. We explored Tweetorials, in which we help scientists communicate STEM topics in a more engaging and accessible way through Twitter threads. Our research focuses on three different areas of support for Tweetorial writing: Topic Scoping, Hook Generation, and Narrative Structure Generation. Through Tweetorials, we focused on specific aspects of the writing process that people often struggled with when trying to make scientific writing more engaging and reduce the cognitive load of brainstorming. 


This event is planned to take place in person (LL001 Milstein) and online. 

We look forward to seeing you there!

For more information about the Barnard CSC, go to https://www.csc.barnard.edu or follow us on Instagram and X (@barnard_csc).