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AI Generative Tools: Implications for Teaching √ §

A faculty panel of faculty will offer their insights.

Location

Online

Date & Time

February 7, 2023, 12:00 pm1:00 pm

Description

Whether you’re concerned or excited about ChatGPT and other AI generative tools, we know that such systems can give impressive responses to different types of questions and produce very convincing products. These tools are potentially poised to revolutionize the way we all work. In this session we’ll think through their possible impacts on pedagogy. A panel of faculty from computer science and the digital humanities will offer insights about the limits and capacities of these tools, and help us anticipate uses (and misuses) in teaching via discussion. Panelists include Earl Brooks (ENGL), Frank Ferraro (CSEE), Tim Finin (CSEE), and Tim Nohe (VART).

Please click “Going Virtually” below to reserve your seat for this session, and we will send you a Google calendar invitation with a WebEx link one hour before the session. If you register less than an hour before the session, you will receive the WebEx link when you register. Please email fdc@umbc.edu if you have any questions. If you have registered and find that you can no longer attend, please kindly release your spot so that others may attend.

√ Counts toward the ALIT Certificate
§ Counts toward the INNOVATE Certificate

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