Experts Gather at GenAIEdu Conference to Explore AI’s Impact on Student Learning
Ulster University’s Magee campus in Derry is set to host the Generative Artificial Intelligence in Education (GenAIEdu) conference from September 11 to 13, where international experts from academia and industry will come together to explore the revolutionary impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on student learning.
AI, or machine and software intelligence, has significantly transformed the education landscape, and this conference aims to delve into how AI is reshaping the way students learn, are taught, and are assessed. Key players in the AI field, including representatives from Microsoft and other prominent organizations, will address the conference, sharing their insights and experiences.
One of the main focuses of the conference will be the exploration of cutting-edge technologies, such as large language models like ChatGPT, Bard, and Claude. These tools, along with natural language processing capabilities, enable personalized and interactive learning experiences for students. Through a range of keynotes, talks, discussion panels, as well as hands-on workshops, demonstrations, and networking events, attendees will have the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge from leading academics, researchers, and industry experts.
Michael Callaghan, a Reader at UU’s School of Computing, emphasized the significant impact of generative AI on students and educators. The conference will examine both the unprecedented opportunities and challenges presented by AI in education, urging attendees to navigate this transformative field with caution.
To find out more about the GenAIEdu conference and register for the event, interested individuals can visit ulster.ac.uk/conference/genaiedu-2023.
The gathering of experts at GenAIEdu promises to shed light on the ongoing revolution in education fueled by AI. By exploring the potential of cutting-edge technologies and language models, attendees will gain valuable insights into the future of education in an AI-driven world. This conference serves as a platform for collaboration, innovation, and knowledge-sharing among professionals from academia and industry, ensuring that education continues to evolve and adapt to the ever-changing technological landscape.