AI in education: Are we still riding old wagons with new technology?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) holds great promise for revolutionising education and our lives.
- Thursday 23 February 2023 01:00 pm until Thursday 23 February 2023 02:00 pm (Add to calendar)
- Leanne Ngo
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- School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
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Together, in this seminar, we will explore the disruptive and cutting-edge nature of AI tools in education with a STEM lens. The integration of AI into education raises important ethical considerations such as data privacy, equitable access to technology and academic integrity. We will examine the current hot topics and debates surrounding AI, including its limitations, opportunities, and potential impact on learners, educators, the educational institution, and industry.
We will demonstrate and talk through various prompts and the constantly evolving capabilities of trending AI tools like ChatGPT. The goal of this seminar is to deepen our understanding of AI and provide a new and insightful perspective in STEM education.
So, come on board and let's learn and have a great conversation about this together!
This event is part of the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (SCEMS) Digital Learning and Teaching Innovations seminar series at La Trobe University.
Dr Leanne Ngo is an Associate Professor of Online Programs within the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, La Trobe University, Australia. Leanne has a deep passion for shaping and empowering the next generation of learners and communities underpinned by a fascination for emerging technologies and education innovations. She brings over 15 years of experience in leading digital learning initiatives, innovative curriculua, and assessment transformation initiatives in higher education, and is an advocate for gender diversity and all capabilities in STEM.
Professor Prakash Veeraraghavan is the acting Head of the Department of Computer Science & Information Technology at La Trobe University, Australia. With over 25 years of experience in the field of teaching and research in computing, including artificial intelligence, software engineering, compiler design, network forensics and cyber security, smart vehicular technologies, combinatorial theory, stochastic processes, and optimisation, Prakash brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the wider STEM academic community.
This event is part of the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences SCEMS Digital Learning and Teaching Innovations seminar series at La Trobe University.
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