Startup uses ChatGPT to create online course | CVG’s tech to make life easier for travelers
Startup uses ChatGPT to create online course
MINNEAPOLIS, MN–While it only launched in November 2022, OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT has been making waves for its ability to write in a human-like way. Now a startup in Minneapolis is using the tool to create an online course. Alex Londo, who founded JazzJune, says he used ChatGPT to create an outline, lessons, and images for a full course on artificial intelligence using only single-sentence prompts.
CVG’s tech to make life easier for travelers
CINCINNATI, OH–Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) continues to roll out tech that makes life easier for travelers. With Pittsburgh International Airport, CVG previously rolled out robots for the delivery of retail and food and beverage. Next up are self-driving baggage tractors that could eventually transport passenger luggage to and from aircraft. The airport is also looking into doing more with passenger phones on activities like verifying identity, making secure payments, and eliminating printing.
Learn about drones
PITTSBURGH, PA–Lori Paluti launched her company, Pittsburgh Drone Services, to address the need for educating the public about the drone industry. The company works with area schools and has trained thousands of student at different stages and acts as a liaison between its pupils and future employers. Here’s the startup’s story.