Education in the Age of AI: Learning to be Better Humans

Education in the Age of AI: Learning to be Better Humans

Education in the Age of AI: Learning to be Better Humans

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Not since the development of the internet has there been an innovation with greater excitement and concern as the creation of AI. We are honored to host two thought leaders for a jam-packed, can’t-miss discussion on how AI will impact the future of learning–and how its impacts are already far-reaching. Joining us in conversation are…

Paul LeBlanc, President of Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). Since 2003, under Paul’s leadership, SNHU has grown from 2,800 students to over 160,000 learners and is the largest nonprofit provider of online higher education in the country. The university was #12 on Fast Company magazine’s “World’s Fifty Most Innovative Companies” list and was the only university included. Forbes Magazine has listed him as one of its 15 “Classroom Revolutionaries” and one of the “most influential people in higher education.”

Sanjay Sarma, the Chief Executive Officer, President and Dean of the Asia School of Business, and a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and the Sloan School of Management at MIT. He was the Vice President for Open Learning at MIT for nearly 10 years, during which he oversaw OpenCourseWare and led the creation of MITx, MicroMasters, the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative and the Jameel World Education Lab.

These two friends will explore the many facets of AI and its impact on learning and on humans, with a special focus on the effects of AI on education and learning. RSVP here: https://educationsfutureandai.eventbrite.com

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05/22/2024 @ 12:00 PM (EDT)
 

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