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Rethinking Writing and Learning in a Generative AI World

Monday, Oct. 2, 2023 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am MDT

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Monday, Oct. 2, 2023, 9:30 – 11 a.m.
Albertsons Library, Room 105

The Social Impacts of Computing group, supported by a grant from the Boise State Humanities and Social Sciences Initiative (also known as HSSI), presents “Rethinking Writing and Learning in a Generative AI World” with Brittany O’Meara and Jenny Lawrence from the Department of Writing Studies, at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 2, in Albertsons Library, Room 105.

Please RSVP for this event on the Rethinking Writing and Learning in a Generative AI World webpage.

About this event

In today’s rapidly evolving landscape of artificial intelligence, the role of writers and learners is undergoing a profound transformation. This lecture, “Rethinking What It Means to Be a Writer and Learner in a Generative AI World,” focuses on the evolving relationship between humans and AI as collaborators and teachers. We will explore how AI can serve as a powerful tool for enhancing education, aiding in research, and fostering innovative approaches to problem-solving. The concept of lifelong learning in an AI-driven world will be discussed, emphasizing the need for adaptability and digital literacy.

About this series

Future events in the series include:

  • Oct. 30 – Leif Nelson, Executive Director of Learning Technology Solutions
  • Nov. 13 – Kimberly Gardner, Idaho Science and Technology Policy Fellow
  • Nov. 27 – Michelle Gregory, Senior Vice President of Data Science and AI and Chief Data Scientist, [24]

For more information about this event, visit the Rethinking Writing and Learning in a Generative AI World webpage. For more information about the series, contact Ed Ferrier in the Department of Philosophy at