This hugely oversubscribed series of webinars around generative AI, Chat GPT and what it means for the higher education sector will continue as we delve into the challenges and opportunities that it brings. Look out for more webinars on this rapidly evolving topic and view the previous session recordings here...
Let's Talk - The Impact of AI on Teaching and Learning (July 2023)
Hear this diverse panel discuss innovative strategies for personalising learning content, - utilising AI such as GPT to enhance student engagement and performance, - automating administrative tasks, - preparing students for AI embedded careers. - constructive ways instructors and learners might use (generative) AI capabilities - limitations, bias, reliability and ongoing research and development - existing & upcoming regulations and their impact (data privacy, AI laws)
Panel members: Paula Shaw (Associate Professor of Online Teaching and Learning, University of Derby Online Learning), Dr Dean Fido (Programme Leader and Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, University of Derby Online Learning), Hashim Khan (student at Queen Mary University London) and Kacper Łodzikowski (Vice President of AI Learning Capabilities at Pearson)
HE Innovate Lets Talk: ChatGPT (March 2023)
Hear the thoughts and experience on artificial intelligence in the context of higher education from a range of experts from various fields, including education, technology and AI. Providing their own unique perspectives on this topic to help us unpick some of the key questions around the natural language programme, in this discussion we explore the pros and cons of ChatGPT and discuss how this may impact the sector. We also share examples of how Chat Bots are currently being used in higher education and explore the potential for future application and reliability of AI detection tools. We cover how AI can be used to support teaching and learning and the impact it will have on universities' academic Integrity policies.
Panel members: Dr Alexander Gegov (Reader in Computational Intelligence in the School of Computing at Univesity of Portsmouth), Paula Shaw (Associate Professor of Online Teaching and Learning, University of Derby Online Learning), Hashim Khan (student at Queen Mary University London), Jonathan Dempsey (Executive Officer to the Registrar at Brunel University London) and Michael Webb (Director of Technology and Analytics at JISC).