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  • Panel Discussion

ChatGPT: Implications for Teaching and Learning

  • 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  • via Zoom

Event Description

Join a panel of scholars and instructors across Washington University for a discussion of how teaching and learning will be affected by Chat GPT–a powerful language model that uses artificial intelligence to generate human-like text. These experts will dissect the history, ethics, technical constraints, teaching challenges, and future opportunities associated with this tool, with a focus on implications for the future of teaching and learning.

Panelists:
Anne Baril, Philosophy, College of Arts & Sciences
Ian Bogost, Film & Media Studies, College of Arts & Sciences
Chris Gill, Computer Science & Engineering, McKelvey School of Engineering
Rob Patterson, Writing Center
Neha Singh, Computer Science & Engineering, McKelvey School of Engineering
Sally Wu, Center for Teaching and Learning (Moderator)

With questions about this event, please contact Dr. Eric Fournier, Director of Educational Development.

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