AI will not save us: Educational technologies have politics
30 November 2023, 5:30 pm–6:30 pm
Join this event to hear Paulo Blikstein present new research on the future of AI in public education at the UCL Knowledge Lab's annual Richard Noss Lecture.
This event is free.
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Paulo presents his exploration of the potential contrasting futures of AI in public education and personalised learning, and examines in depth how AI could evolve and reshape education systems.
This event will be particularly useful for those interested in constructionist education, artificial intelligence and personalised learning.
Please note this is a hybrid event and can be joined either in-person or online.
About the Speaker
Professor Paulo Blikstein
Associate Professor of Education and an Affiliate Associate Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University
His main research focuses on how new technologies can transform the learning of science, engineering, and computation and on how machine learning and AI can be applied in educational research.