While ChatGPT might be able to write an essay, it can’t always do math homework. But that doesn’t mean that artificial intelligence can’t be a beneficial tool for math instruction and a number of groups are working on ways for AI to better understand math. Join these experts as they discuss AI and math and how new technologies can help both educators and students.
- Understand the use of artificial intelligence in math instruction, and why there is a need for more diverse AI tools in math teaching and learning.
- Learn about alternative AI technologies that have the potential to improve math outcomes for all students.
- Hear from industry experts about effective models and roadmaps for incorporating AI in math instruction.
- Kumar Garg, Vice President of Partnerships, Schmidt Futures
- Jon Woodard, Director of Emerging Technology Strategy & Ventures, Wolfram Research, Inc.
- Lewis Leiboh, Senior Program Officer, Education R&D, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
- Dora Demszky, Assistant Professor, Stanford University
Yeeva Cheng, Program Associate, The Learning Agency
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