Begins: January 23, 2020
Ends: April 23, 2020
The Grapple Series: Exploring the Intersections of Artificial Intelligence & Humanity
Should we treat robots more like humans or humans more like robots?
In January through April 2002, The Western Pennsylvania Writing Project & The CMU CREATE Lab, via their AI and Humanity Study Group, posed this question – Should we treat robots more like humans or humans more like robots? – to a national network of colleagues and invited discussion. The discussion group convening monthly and invited interested educators to come together to “play” with a set of ideas related to the intersections of AI and humanity in a supportive community. The aim of this project was to kick off an exploration with about how the technologies we create impact the broader social and learning ecosystems.
The posts below describing the journey. For more information about the AI and Humanity Study group, please email Laura Roop, firstname.lastname@example.org.