Humanities Pedagogy and AI in German and American Classrooms

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| 04:30 pm - 05:30 pm

ChatGPT made its début less than a year ago: how are humanists responding to the bot? Join Dr. Julia Burkhardt, Professor of Medieval History at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich and a participant in the UGA-LMU Faculty Research Exchange Program, in exploring this question with a group of UGA faculty who have been thinking deeply about artificial intelligence and education: Elizabeth Davis (English), Jeremy Davis (Philosophy), Katie Ireland (Libraries and Digital Humanities), Kevin Jones (History), and Montgomery Wolf (History). 

A panel discussion on ethical issues in artificial intelligence, facilitated by Jamie Kreiner, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Humanities and Professor of History, Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, at UGA. 

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