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Saint Louis Unix Users Group
The Saint Louis Unix Users Group (SLUUG) is an IRS 501c(6) designated not-for-profit professional association dedicated to education and communication among computer users. SLUUG members include many Linux and UNIX professionals, Networking experts, System experts, hobbyists, and students. Also, many who are interested in Unix, Unix-like Operating Systems, Linux, BSD and other Free Open Source Software (FOSS) applications, products, projects and services.
We have met continuously since we incorporated in July 1992. All of our meetings are free and open to the public. There is no individual membership fee.
Monthly Technical Presentations
We will open the remote session at about 6:00 PM, Central Time, so that you can join early to test your microphone, screen sharing and video camera .
Then we start at 6:30 PM with our BASE introductory level session ( often focused on personal computing ); which may include either amazing graphical packages, blinking lights, command line wonders, demonstrations of useful applications, displays of newly discovered web sites, major resolution of long standing anomalies, quantum discoveries, smoke and mirrors, superb tutorials, or shifts in both time and space.
Sometime after 7:00 PM we attempt a quick welcome, introductions, announcements, current events of interest, and a general CALL FOR HELP (Questions and Answers) segment.
Sometime after 7:15 PM, we may take a short break before our MAIN topic ( often focused on enterprise computing ),
Wednesday, February 14th, 2024
From 6:30PM till 9:00PM Central Standard Time (CST) UTC-06:00We will open the remote session at about 6:00 PM CDT, so that you can join early to test your microphone, screen and video sharing.
Something fundamental, introductory, instructive, short, simple or small.
BASE Topic: Brief Review of Debian Upgrade
We will have a quick update of the work planned on our web/mail server. Also our "annual meeting" about what things we will do this year.
Consider viewing ahead:Why ~ Debian end of life dates SLUUG Wiki Documentation ~ Debian OS Upgrade Project Upgrade
SLUUG Annual Meeting and ElectionsAs required by SLUUG By-Laws, the next annual meeting will be held 14 February 2024. Attending any two SLUUG sponsored meetings in 2023 qualifies you to vote. Ballots for February 2024 elections are now available for secret balloting. An absentee ballot could be printed and mailed to us; but, must reach us well before 4 March 2024 for counting at STEERCOM.
Something more advanced, detailed, important, new, profound, significant, timely or useful.
MAIN Topic: Continued Growth of Artificial Intelligence
Presenter: Scott Granneman
AI 2: Electric Boogaloo: The Continued Growth of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Generators and Assistants
A little over a year ago, Scott gave a talk about ChatGPT and other new generative AI tools that had exploded into popularity. Since then, things have not slowed down; rather, we have seen an astonishing array of improvements, changes and emerging issues within the realm of generative AI. This sequel will delve into the developments over the past year, looking at examples and tools that illustrate how AI is continually redefining creativity, productivity, and problem solving across various sectors.
Consider viewing ahead:
2022-12 STLLINUX ~ chatGPT ( artificial intelligence ) by Scott Granneman Scott's December 2022 coverage of ChatGPT ( Artificial Intelligence ) Video
2024-02-07 Windows Weekly 867 Prepare the Double Box! ~ One year of Copilot, Arc's Act II, Mozilla Monitor Plus Windows Weekly 867 Videoor, from YOUTUBE Windows Weekly 867 YOUTUBE Video
Possible Future Topics
Other independent, loosely affiliated SLUUG sponsored Special Interest Groups:
SLUUG Sponsored meetingsClick here if you do not see sponsored meeting mini-calendar
Contact SLUUG if you have a presentation you would like to have considered for selection.
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