Read the article by TU/e Cursor on this event
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the way we work in many different ways. What will this mean for higher education? Not only what students need to be taught will change, AI may also change how, when and where students will be taught. Difficult skills and academic knowledge that were hard to acquire will become obsolete because AI can do things quicker, better and cheaper. Students will need to be taught skills and knowledge that AI doesn’t have. The work force in general will need to prepare for lifelong learning to make sure skills remain up to date. In this symposium various speakers address how, what, why and where we teach and learn may change and how we can prepare for this and make use of the opportunities AI offers.
12.40 - 13.20 - AI and the jobs of the future
Arlindo Oliveira, professor of the department of Computer Science and Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico (IST)
13.20 – 13.40 - Further discussion with students
13.40 – 14.00 - Break
14.00 – 14.45 - How to Manage Value-Conflicts when AI Enters the Classroom?
Bart Karstens, researcher, Rathenau Institute, The Hague
14.45 - 15.30 - Let AI be your teacher (or not)
Chris Snijders, professor at Human-Technology Interaction, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)
15.30 - 15.45 - Break
15.45 - 16.30 - How AI can support career guidance
Anka Gajentaan, Senior Vice President Global Concept Professionals, Randstad Global.
16.30 - 16.50 - FruitPunch AI: challenge-based AI education
Buster Franken, founder & chair of FruitPunch AI
16.50 - 17.05 - Closing remarks in view of TU/e Vision 2030
Lex Lemmens, dean Bachelor College of Eindhoven University of Technology
17.05 - 18.00 - Drinks & networking
This event is organized by the Center for Humans and Technology and the Eindhoven Artificial Intelligence Systems Institute (EAISI) and Studium Generale
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