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30 Howitzvej

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An experience of learning, reflection and discussion, where we will break down AI as a societal problem and opportunity

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By signing up for the first session on October 6th, you automatically sign up for all three sessions.

  • October 6 at 16 – 19 (Session 1) in Station
  • October 26 at 16 - 19 (Session 2) in Station
  • November 2 at 16 – 19 (Session 3) in Station

The class will have people of different ages and backgrounds coming together to form the Artificial Intelligence Class of 21, who sits on the experience and knowledge from multiple generations. We will take AI to a level, where everybody can reflect and discuss coming from their different backgrounds and levels of experience. Regardless of computer knowledge and skills.

The class will meet in three sessions in Station on Frederiksberg. Each session ties back to the previous session and tunes into a themed workshop under the topic of AI.

There will be light readings before the sessions and updating of a Learning Log after the sessions, but no assignments or larger commitments outside of class.

More information will be sent out on mail prior to the first session. If you have any questions and want to know more, please contact Leonore Belling (Leonore.b@station.dk)

PROGRAM

Session 1 - October 6th 16-19 (with an optional dinner afterwards:): AI Crash Course by Amazon Web Services

Senior Solutions Architect Isaac Lenhart from Amazon Web Services will give a crash course on the basics of AI and ML, and past, present and future aspects that tie to future societal impacts. What is actually meant by AI?

Session 2 - October 26th 16-19: AI and Privileges by CBS Professors Stina Teilmann-Locke and Nanna Bonde Thylstrup

We will talk about gender issues and moral privileges related to AI with expert in design and copyright, Associate Professor Stina Teilmann-Locke and expert in communication and digital medias, Associate Professor Nanna Bonde Thylstrup at CBS. What moral privileges and biases are inherent in the development of AI?

Session 3 - November 2nd 16-19: Deliberation on AI by CBS professors Morten Sørensen Thaning and Johan Gersel

CBS professors in philosophy, Morten Sørensen Thaning and Johan Gersel will run a workshop on judgement to have us reflect about, how machine intelligence affects the relationship between humans and technology. Because really, what happens if AI becomes better at making decisions than human beings.

Researching intergenerational learning as a lifelong learning format

The programme is part of a research project between CBS Kontinuum, CBS’ strategic initiative for lifelong learning, and Station, the student innovation house. It investigates how different generations can learn with and from each other, when they are put together to learn about problems with broad societal relevance, such as AI. Furthermore, it looks into how intergenerational learning can break with traditional ideas of where learning takes place as a qualified way for people to move in and out of formal learning environments. Thereby, unlocking learning capabilities and possibilities that leverages lifelong learning for learners of all ages and levels. All the conducted data will be anonymized.


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30 Howitzvej

2000 Frederiksberg

Denmark

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