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Thursday, October 3 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Living and Learning in the Wild: What We Learned Exploring Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and Education

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The future of AI innovations has societal and ethical impacts. Bringing a variety of perspectives and voices into dialogue now will help us in responding not only to our present moment but also in shaping our collective futures. The relationship between technology innovation and education is often one of creator/subject, with teachers and students used by developers to gather “feedback”. We believe that students and teachers have the right to join the ethical debates raised around artificial intelligence and humanity, that the technology community has a responsibility to hear their voices, and that only through mutual examination of these big questions will we be able to shape a future that prioritizes technology in service of humanity. This presentation brings together members of the learning ecosystem in Pittsburgh, a hub for techno-social experimentation around the dissemination of artificial intelligence in community settings, to discuss a recent series of public forums. These community discussions have served to center questions on the intersection of artificial intelligence, ethics, and the education landscape. Our presentation will bring a sampling of activities, thought experiments, and deep inquiry experience from these community forums as a means of expanding the conversation and broadening our collective understanding of these critical issues.


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Speakers
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Michelle King

Learning Instigator. Love Activist. Transformer, PA, The Learning Instigator
Michelle King is a learner first and foremost and as well as an instigator of learning. Professionally, she is a middle school teacher and has taught over 22 years in public schools in Southwestern Pennsylvania. She learned and honed her craft in Mt. Lebanon with a fantastic crew... Read More →
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Ani Martinez

Field Director, Remake Learning
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Jessica Kaminsky

Team Lead, CREATE Lab - Carnegie Mellon University
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Jordan Mroziak

Director of Community Outreach, CREATE Lab
Jordan Mroziak is the Director of Carnegie Mellon University’s CREATE Lab Satellite Network and Community Outreach. He earned his doctorate in Instructional Technology with an emphasis on creative applications of learning technologies and critical & aesthetic pedagogy. He has designed... Read More →
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Bea Dias (she/her)

Project Director in Outreach, CREATE Lab - Carnegie Mellon University
M. Beatrice (Bea) Dias (she/her), Ph.D. is a project director at the CMU CREATE Lab. Her work focuses on engaging with different communities of practice to explore the role of technology in society. She is the proud mama of a 9-year-old and is part of a very big Sri Lankan family. Bea embraces joy, believes in our collective wisdom, grapples with critical questions... Read More →



Thursday October 3, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm PDT
Emerald Bay B 311 Peltason Dr., Irvine, CA, 92697