Prompt Engineering: Get Better Results with GenAI

Danila Chizhmakov, Senior Project Manager at EPAM, gave a presentation at EPAM’s annual event — Learning Week 2023. Anywhere Club is now making the video* of Danila’s presentation available to registered members of the Club.

Prompt engineering is a sought-after skill in the modern digital world. But will we all be writing prompts soon? This presentation provides a glimpse into the present and future of prompt engineering, exploring the life of a prompt engineer and the unique opportunities available.

Danila says the following about his presentation:
Large language models like GPT-4 have impressive capabilities across many domains due to their massive scale, rather than being explicitly programmed for specific tasks. Prompt engineering involves crafting instructions or "prompts" to effectively communicate with LLMs and harness the power of AI models for various use cases.

In this talk I’m introducing you to the field of prompt engineering as an emerging skill to enhance human-AI interaction. With some real-life examples like summarizing business requirements, naming products, analyzing feedback, testing website localization, and more, I would like to showcase the future of daily work across different roles to encourage exploration and adoption of this new technology.

This video is only available to Anywhere Club members
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