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The Reality of Artificiality: Artificial Intelligence and the Academe (NeMLA)

Boston
Organization: NeMLA
Event: NeMLA
Categories: Digital Humanities, Graduate Conference, Interdisciplinary, Pedagogy, Popular Culture, Aesthetics, Anthropology/Sociology, Classical Studies, Cultural Studies, Environmental Studies, Film, TV, & Media, Food Studies, History, Philosophy, Miscellaneous
Event Date: 2024-03-07 to 2024-03-10 Abstract Due: 2023-09-30

Dear Colleagues,

 

We warmly invite you to participate in our roundtable, "The Reality of Artificiality: Artificial Intelligence and the Academe” (description below) - at NeMLA 2024 March 7 – March 10, 2024 – Boston, MA. Additional details can be found at the following link https://www.buffalo.edu/nemla.html. 

Potential presenters are asked to submit abstract proposals using the online submission portal at https://www.cfplist.com/nemla/Home/Login(Note that you will first need to make an account.)

The deadline to submit presentation proposals is September 30, 2023.

 

Sincerely,

Teresa and Dellannia,

University of Toronto Mississauga

 

Description: 

Presenters from across all disciplines are invited to discuss the impact of generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools, such as Chat GPT, on teaching and learning. 

 

Though the full capabilities of AI are still largely unknown, or they have yet to be developed, institutions and pedagogues are actively exploring how to work amid and with the realities of artificiality - how to harness the benefits and navigate potential disadvantages of incorporating generative AI tools in the classroom. Presenters from across all disciplines are therefore invited to discuss the impact of generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools, such as Chat GPT, on teaching and learning and, broadly, on academic standards and practices. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:

The place of AI in the classroom.
Potential Benefits: Differentiated and individualized learning, inclusion and universal access to education, using AI to develop digital literacy skills in a post-truth society, lesson planning, immediate evaluations and feedback, analyzing student success.
Potential Disadvantages: Depersonalized learning, risks to critical and creative thinking-skills, ethical implications and issues of academic integrity and privacy, threats to instructors’ and students’ intellectual property, assigning/deciphering ownership and authorship in student work, financial burdens - the cost of AI technology in education.
Sample practices and/or methods of assessment that highlight how AI tools have been/can be integrated in the classroom.
How administration is addressing AI.
Knowledge of students’ opinions on the use of AI and instructor reactions. 
The future of research and originally-produced work.

https://www.cfplist.com/nemla/Home/Login

dellannia.segreti@mail.utoronto.ca

Dellannia Segreti