What we’re about
We are a coalition of local feminist software developers, students and professionals, looking to strengthen our community, and to encourage more women and non-binary folks to become involved in the technology field. Most of us really like solving puzzles, writing code, and learning new technical skills. Some of us are geeks. Some of us are very new to the field, and think we’ll like it, but need a safe learning environment in which to figure out how fun it is and how well we fit.
All are welcome to attend Codecinella events, however we ask that men in attendance support our women and non-binary members and do not center themselves and their own stories.
We focus on technical talks and hands-on technical workshops, as well as low-key hack sessions. If you want to present a technical talk, we’ll help you do that, too. Learn more at codecinella.org
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- ChatGPT: Caveat EmptorMadison Public Library - Central, Madison, WI
About the Talk: Generative AI like ChatGPT represents a cutting-edge addition to a developer's arsenal. Nonetheless, there are underlying hazards associated with these tools. This presentation zeroes in on ChatGPT, offering insights into its functioning and highlighting risks, encompassing legal, ethical, and regulatory aspects. It provides instances of companies integrating it into their operations and imparts valuable advice on how developers can harness its potential effectively
About the Speaker: Naveen VK, Technical Director at nvisia, has over 24 years of professional experience in designing and constructing bespoke on-prem and cloud applications across a range of industries such as finance, insurance, healthcare, manufacturing, and government sectors. She loves to share her technical expertise and experiences at diverse meetups and conferences.
6:15-6:30pm: Group chat - feel free to join the Zoom room or arrive at The Madison Central Library Bubbler Room during this time
6:30-8:30pm: Introduction and presentation
Zoom link will be provided to attendees
The Madison Central Library is an accessible building and has at least one gender-inclusive and ADA bathroom.
All genders are welcome at this event.
Code of Conduct
While this event is open to all genders, Codecinella and Madison Women in Tech deliberately curate spaces for and by women and nonbinary folks. Men who attend are expected to listen, and not center themselves or their experiences.
All attendees agree to adhere to the Madison Women in Tech code of conduct: https://madisonwomen.tech/about/code-of-conduct