King School in Stamford will host “A Primer on Artificial Intelligence,” a presentation designed to guide educators and families through the intricate landscape of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its profound impact on education. The event aims to demystify AI, exploring its multifaceted implications on student learning and future career landscapes.
— an announcement from King School
Philosopher Tamar Gendler, dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and professor of philosophy, psychology, and cognitive science at Yale University, will serve as the guest speaker.
At Yale, Gendler has been deeply engaged in discussions about AI in higher education. She will provide valuable insights to help parents understand the current AI landscape, its ethical considerations, implementation, opportunities, and potential threats, particularly within the realm of education.In addition to the keynote address, the event will feature insights from King’s teachers, who will share their knowledge about AI and its relevance to various academic disciplines such as academic integrity, computer programming, digital art and digital media, robotics, virtual field trips, virtual reality, and writing instruction.
If You’re Going …
The event, open to all, takes place Thursday, Oct. 26, 2023, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at King School Performing Arts Center, 1450 Newfield Ave., in Stamford. This event is open to all, King welcomes anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the fascinating world of AI. To RSVP and secure your spot, please visit the school’s website at www.KingSchoolCT.org.