Rapid advances in XR and AI programs will lead to engaging virtual worlds populated with highly realistic AI-driven avatars. How will students relate to themselves and others as embodied avatars, and what will be the impact on learning and sense of identity? Drawing on cutting-edge research on how avatar interactions reshape human behavior, we will share the potential and challenges of using realistic avatars to support authentic learning and incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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- Learn how the convergence of XR and AI will lead to the development of deeply realistic virtual worlds and human-like avatars.
- Understand the emerging field of human-avatar interaction and how virtual beings will impact student learning, behavior, and self-identity.
- Identify the ethical challenges that will arise in learning environments when virtual avatars become indistinguishable from humans.
- Emory Craig, CEO, Emory Craig
Emory Craig, CEO, Emory Craig
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