The ChatGPT Revolution: The Role of Large Language Models in Enterprise IT

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The emergence of ChatGPT and other large language models (LLMs) has given rise to two very different schools of thought. One is to utilize these technologies to improve efficiency of tasks like generating and classifying text, images and code. Indeed, LLMs are becoming increasingly important in enterprise IT, as they enable the development of applications that can better understand and interact with humans.

However, this trend has also led to significant privacy and security concerns among governments and industry leaders relating to the datasets used by these models for training.

As these models become more sophisticated, these two areas will become increasingly important. In this webinar, a panel of experts will discuss how organizations can gain the benefits of LLMs such as ChatGPT while ensuring security or privacy is not compromised.

  • The areas of enterprise IT that generative AI has the potential to revolutionize
  • The privacy and cybersecurity challenges posed LLM bots
  • Why AI and analytics driven threat detection is essential going forward


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Ganesh Chellappa

Head of Support Services - PAM, ManageEngine

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James Coker

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Diana Kelley

CISO, Protect AI

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