AI: Learning Game-Changer or Something to Fear?
Artificial intelligence and automation are already re-making portions of the economy. It’s predicted that machines will be able to take over many human occupational tasks in the near future. But it’s also opening doors to new products and efficiencies. We’re likely to see more AI in education in the near future as well. Is it something to fear, or a tool to help us learn better? This panel looks at the issues we all must consider as this technology matures.
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- Learn about the role artificial intelligence currently plays in education, and how that role is expected to evolve in the near future.
- Hear about the issues and challenges we should consider as artificial intelligence gains an increased role in education.
- Learn how artificial intelligence complements and adds to what educators are already doing in the classroom.
- Scott Jaschik, Editor, Inside Higher Ed
- Stephen Laster, Chief Digital Officer, McGraw-Hill Education
- Lou Pugliese, Senior Innovation Fellow, Arizona State University
Tyler Reed, Dir of Comms, McGraw-Hill Education
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