The National Centre believes that AI will have the greatest and most sustainable impact on the education sector if it is used in a purposeful and responsible way.
For us, ‘purposefulness’ captures the importance of using AI in a way that meets the sector's needs, addresses the sector’s problems and seizes valuable opportunities; while ‘responsibility’ captures the need for AI to be used in an ethical and trustworthy way, so that the sector can have confidence that AI will not cause harm or undermine valued aspects of education.
To start to form an inspiring and credible vision of how AI can be used purposefully and responsibly, the Centre wants to work collaboratively with members to develop a shared vision of where AI can add value in the education sector, and where AI could undermine education.
Some key questions we want to address together include::
- Where can AI be used to automate certain tasks so that educators and other relevant members of staff have more time to support students productively?
- Which tasks, if automated, could undermine either the teaching and learning process or the teaching profession itself?
- Where is there particular demand for deeper insights into learners’ needs?
- Which uses of AI could add little to no value?
Please attend this session if you would like to contribute to an inspiring vision of how purposeful and responsible AI can transform tertiary education.
Who should attend
- Anybody within the tertiary education sector who has views on how AI should or shouldn't be used to enhance teaching, learning and other core aspects of education
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