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Upcoming Online AI Workshops from Every Learner Everywhere

Here are 3 upcoming online workshops focused on AI.  These workshops will be hosted by Every Learner Everywhere.  This organization strives to help institutions use new technology in innovative ways to help improve outcomes for underrepresented students.  Click on the workshop titles to register. Want to learn more about AI? Check out the Boise State AI in Education page. (linked)

From Artificial Intelligence to Collective Wisdom: Who Gets to Design the Future? (linked)

JANUARY 26, 2024 | 12:00 PM MT  

From automated decision systems in healthcare, policing, education, and more, technologies have the potential to deepen discrimination while appearing neutral and even benevolent when compared to harmful practices of a previous era. In this talk, Ruha Benjamin takes us into the world of biased bots, altruistic algorithms, and their many entanglements, and provides conceptual tools to decode tech predictions with historical and sociological insight. When it comes to AI, Ruha shifts our focus from the dystopian and utopian narratives we are sold, to a sober reckoning with the way these tools are already a part of our lives. She argues that higher education is ground zero for reimagining the default settings of technology and seeding a future in which everyone can thrive.

Building AI Literacy With Students (linked)

FEBRUARY 16, 2024 | 12:00PM MT

Generative AI technology has expanded its reach well beyond ChatGPT, offering students and educators opportunities to explore it in pragmatic and ethical use cases. Through well-planned assignments and human-centered interfaces, this technology can be a powerful tool to augment learning, not replace it.

AI in Higher Education: The Student Experience (linked)

FEBRUARY 23, 2024 | 12:00PM MT

Join us for an insightful webinar that delves into the exciting realm of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on higher education, focusing specifically on the student experience. As the educational landscape evolves, so do the tools and technologies that shape the way students learn, engage, and succeed. In this webinar, a student panel will discuss innovative applications of AI in academic settings, shedding light on how students are currently using AI, faculty and institutional AI policies, and how students are being prepared to use AI in future employment. Whether you are an educator, administrator, or student curious about the future of education, this webinar will provide valuable insights into the evolving landscape of higher education through the lens of AI and the student experience.


Christina Nava