Join this session to explore upskilling for staff and students in Generative AI and understand what pitfalls we can plan for when utilising this new tool.
Generative AI has taken the education sector by storm, and it is here to stay. Much of the conversation has been focused on how students might use ChatGPT to cheat in exams, but the real challenges are far more complex. For example, is ChatGPT at risk of perpetuating mainstream viewpoints and marginalising more diverse voices due to the way it collects information? Is ChatGPT likely to end up in circular confirmation bias with itself? All this and more is why it’s essential for students and staff to be properly educated not just on the uses of Generative AI, but also how it works.
Wednesday 04 October 16:30 - 17:00 HE Stream
Join this session to explore upskilling for staff and students in Generative AI and understand what pitfalls we can plan for when utilising this new tool.HE Stream Asia/Shanghai
Lecturer – the Asian Development College for Community Economy and Technology (adiCET), Chiang Mai Rajabhat University
Chair Professor of Computational Media and Arts (CMA), Chair Professor of Emerging Interdisciplinary Areas, Director of the Center for Metaverse and Computational Creativity, and Director of the HKUST, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Director of Artificial Intelligence Research Group, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC), National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation