Speaker Series 2024 April 19th

Centre for Research in Reasoning, Argumentation & Rhetoric along with the PhD in Argumentation Studies at the University of Windsor invite you to a talk by

Asma Tajuddin, Argumentation Studies, University Windsor

Turning the table on Generative AI: Whether biases can be shifted by counter arguments

ABSTRACT: The paper is exploratory and examines both the persuasiveness of AI generated arguments and whether LLMs like Chat-GPT can be persuaded to change their position on crucial matters like climate change. Using a Bayesian approach, to analyse if bias can be shifted and can Chat-GPT change its own perspective based on counter arguments and proofs. To evaluate the types of biases, factors affecting and if shifting is possible, a sample set of 'n' generated responses are collected and observed. The generated arguments can be analysed using argumentation schemes like Epistemic reasoning, practical reasoning and argument from expert opinion.


Friday, April 19, 2024

3:00 pm

Chrysler Hall North, 1163