Science after Noon: AI in Teaching. Learnings and visions
With the publication of the GPT chatbot over a year ago, many new AI tools have emerged and become an integral part of everyday university life.
How can and should students, researchers and lecturers use AI? What challenges and opportunities do these new technologies bring? How candifferent institutions learn from each other? Which questions arise particularly often in practice and how are they dealt with? What do researchers and teachers want for the future?
We will take stock and hold a practice-oriented discussion with representatives from higher education and research institutions.
Abraham Bernstein, Professor of Informatics and Director of the UZH Digital Society Initiative
Gerd Kortemeyer, Rectorate and AI Center, ETH Zurich and Associate Professor Emeritus of Physics, Michigan State University
Etna Krakenberger, Head Digital Officer Teaching, University of Bern
Emmanuel Senft, Groupleader «human-centered Robotics and AI group» at idiap and member of the Swiss Young Academy SYA
Moderator: Florim Ceka, Communication Officer, Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences