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6月 2024

The Evolution of Data Awareness: How LLM Models Are Changing Perspectives Online Talk (12 Jun 2024)





2024年6月12日 (星期三)12:30 - 13:00
  • Dr. Simon Yiu (Part-Time Lecturer)

Dr. Simon Yiu

Dr.Yiu has over 20 years' IT experience of quantitative algorithmic trading design (data-feed, strategy, back-test, porfolio monitoring and execution), infrastructure management (low latency trading and network, OS and application), implementation, project management to formulate and development business strategic and operation management.

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Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Analytics and Algo Trading Postgraduate Diploma in FinTech and Legal Regulations Certificate for Module (Distributed Ledger and Blockchain with Business Applications) Executive Certificate in AI and Deep Learning in Quantitative Finance

In our rapidly evolving world, data has become the cornerstone of informed decision-making, yet many people still struggle to embrace its significance. Despite the increasing availability of data, it's often ignored, misunderstood, or overshadowed by personal biases and overwhelming complexity. However, the rise of Large Language Models (LLMs), like GPT-4, is transforming this narrative by making data more accessible and fostering a culture of data awareness.

Our upcoming talk, "The Evolution of Data Awareness: How LLM Models Are Changing Perspectives," aims to explore why people tend to ignore data and how LLMs are creating a paradigm shift. We'll dive into the reasons behind data avoidance, including cognitive biases and information overload, and discuss how these models are breaking down barriers to understanding.

Whether you're a data enthusiast or simply curious about the impact of technology, this talk will provide a fresh perspective on the evolution of data awareness and inspire you to embrace the data-driven journey ahead. We look forward to seeing you there!

The seminar will be delivered via online platform. and the registered participants will receive notification with a link for the online seminar by 12 Jun 2024.​