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Upcoming conference: AI the API docs

by Tom Johnson on Apr 3, 2024
categories: ai api-doc

There's an upcoming conference called AI The Docs 2024: API Documentation and AI Best Practices, held April 3, 2024 online. The conference is put on by the same API the Docs group / Pronovix that holds other online conferences and events. I'll be one of the speakers. I'm planning to talk about prompt engineering.

AI The Docs 2024: API Documentation and AI Best Practices

Here’s a description of the conference:

The First-Ever Online Conference about the Intersection of Generative AI and API Documentation

AI The Docs 2024 promises a full-day single-track event, featuring keynote presentations, curated talks, and an exhibit of cutting-edge API docs-related AI features, tools, services, and practices. …

The conference will emphasize existing use cases for generative AI tools in API documentation and developer portals. Participants can expect in-depth discussions on improving AI readiness within organizations, real-world examples of AI tools in practice, and the exploration of new dimensions in API docs with Generative AI.

You can register here or learn more here.

I’ll be speaking on prompt engineering, which is something I’ve started a series on here.

Here are my slides:

Slides for AI the API Docs presentation

About Tom Johnson

Tom Johnson

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