A hands-on experience in using AI (Artificial Intelligence) tools and techniques to boost writing productivity, generate new ideas and test new forms of science communication.
This new workshop is designed to introduce attendees to the exciting world of AI and its potential for enhancing creativity in writing and science communication. The aim is to provide hands-on experience in using AI tools and techniques to boost writing productivity, generate new ideas, and test new forms of science communication.
The workshop is suitable for anyone interested in using technology to enhance their creative processes and testing new tools. No prior experience is required, as the class also teaches the basics of science communication.
- Catch up with the most recent AI tools
- Create and generate different kinds of content with AI
- Expand your creativity and explore new possibilities of science communication
- Learn the basics of science communication
Location: Zurich (exact location will be confirmed)
Timetable: 9 am – 5 pm including lunch and coffee breaks
Working language: English
Lead: Dr. Mirko Bischofberger, lecturer and expert in Science Communication at EPFL, ETH Zurich and University of Zurich
Coordination: Dr. Lydia Tchambaz
Administration: Nathalie Ellington
Nr. of participants: max. 25 participants
Target audience: Students of the Swiss Study Foundation from all disciplines