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Much has been made about the potential impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on education, from concerns about academic integrity to worries about admissions standards. But what about the many opportunities for educational transformation that AI makes available?
Join the Stanford Academic Technology Community of Practice, the Stanford Graduate School of Education, Stanford Accelerator for Learning, the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), and Stanford Digital Education for a discussion of the future of AI in teaching and learning, with panelists:
- Sarah Levine, assistant professor at Stanford Graduate School of Education
- Parth Sarin, MS student in Computer Science and instructor for "The AI Toolbox: An Everyday Guide"
- Josh Weiss, director of digital learning solutions at the Office of Innovation and Technology at Stanford Graduate School of Education
The discussion will be moderated by Kenji Ikemoto, CTL.
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