Generative AI is arguably the hottest topic in Higher Education. It does not take long for a first time ChatGPT user to be convinced that all the type surrounding the generative AI has its merits and that everyone working in Higher Ed should take seriously the risks posed by the widespread use of the tool. Academic Technology is collaborating with COTFD to bring to you a panel session on one of the challenges: writing.
Mark your calendars to join the following panelists from 12:45-1:45 on February 10 in RB202 for a brief demonstration and discussion of current AI systems and their implications for teaching and student writing at Siena.
- Dan DiTursi: Teaching Assistant Professor of Computer Science
- Christine Dawson: Assistant Professor of Education
- Shou-Bang Jian : Director of Academic Technology
- Glenn Braddock: Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
The presentation may be joined by Zoom, link will be provided through the digest closer to the event. Now available: The presentation slides.
Be on the lookout for follow up presentations on teaching implications for AI later this spring.
Time: 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm