Webinar: Lessons Learned on the Road to GenAI - from Concept to Reality

10 October 2023 – Has your organization started exploring the adoption of generative AI? Please join us and learn about Stack Overflow’s AI journey in building with Gen AI technology and the lessons learned along the way. You don't want to miss this webinar!

Last updated September 6, 2023
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In this webinar, Michael Foree, Director of Data Science and Data Platform, and Alex Warren, Senior Software Developer, AI Initiatives from Stack Overflow, will be sharing their technical insights on the challenges they encountered in their journey to explore new OverflowAI concepts and applications.

They will discuss:

  • The trials and tribulations of going through the AI learning curve
  • The engineering challenges of building Gen AI systems
  • The importance of accuracy and integrating the human element
  • Lessons learned from their experiences

Whether you're a beginner or an experienced professional, you'll walk away from this webinar with valuable insights and knowledge that you can apply to your own work.


October 4. 2023

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM PDT

Can’t join us live? Sign up today and we will send you the recording afterwards.


About Labs

Since 2008 Stack Overflow has pioneered open source conversations in the technology community, helping us become the most visited, most trusted destination for developers in the world. In 2017, we unleashed the same productivity gains inside companies with Stack Overflow for Teams.

Knowledge sharing between peers and experts is fundamental to software development ‒ you can see it happening in Slack, in meetings, or quick hangs. Advances in technology, like GenAI, puts everyone in learning mode and knowledge sharing is at the core of that experience.

Stack Overflow for Teams sits at the very intersection of curiosity and innovation, a place to ask & answer your peers’ questions, learn from other experts within the company, and keep up with ‒ or be the driver of ‒ all new developments.

Our guiding principles

Find new ways to give technologists more time to create amazing things.
Accuracy is fundamental. That comes from attributed, peer-reviewed sources that provide transparency.
The coding field should be accessible to all, including beginners to advanced users.
Humans should always be included in the application of any new technology.

With these in mind, starting over the next few months, we will be sharing our ideas, opinions, designs, research and product ideas which combine emerging technologies with our platforms and services.