AI Explorations & Their Practical Use in School Environments

| June 25, 2018

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This Video will introduce educators to the field of artificial intelligence (AI) and its application in classroom environments through presentations, examples of practical uses, tools and resources for implementation. The focus will be on aspects of AI technologies that have the potential to facilitate and leverage learning, and solve real problems in schools and communities. You'll also acquire techniques to help you unveil to your students how AI technologies are embedded in many different aspects of our lives.

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Bennington College

Bennington holds a distinguished place among American colleges and universities. It was the first to include the visual and performing arts in a liberal arts education, and it is the only college to require that students spend a term—every year—at work in the world. At Bennington, learning and making—on campus and in the field—are inseparable, and its graduates are noted for their outsized impact on the world’s stage. This 24-7 campus celebrates the ongoing making of work—shared on walls, in shows and performances, in lectures and readings, and in electric conversations—and believes that equity, diversity, and inclusivity are vital to a collaborative community.

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