One of the benefits of living in a university town is that conferences come to you. Just this week there were not one but two usability conferences in the building literally across the street from where I live. Here are my tweets from one of them – the first (annual, hopefully) Making Learning Accessible conference at Michigan State University.
Lessons From the Making Learning Accessible Conference 2015 @ MSU
- Euthanasia is Not Healthcare
- That Sound Looks Good
- Letter to the Public Order Emergency Commission
- Structured Strategy: How to Supercharge Your Content Analysis with XML and XPath
- Lessons From the STC Summit 2023 @ Atlanta
- Content Strategy
- Information Architecture
- United States
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STC Rochester Webinar
June 27, 12-2PM EST
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October 14-17, 2023
San Diego, CA
“Microcontent Pipeline to Chatbots and Voice Assistants”
Use microcontent to put your team in the driver’s seat to the next level of content publishing for intelligent chatbots. By now reality has revealed that ChatGPT is not ready to write our product documentation for us. With no control over what the publicly-trained models scrape from our websites and blogs and how it assimilates our documentation with other less-authoritative sources, we’re left to wonder where we go next. If we want reliable bots, we’ll need to train our own models and deploy them to our staff and our customers. Let us show you what we’ve learned so far.
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