We Need To Talk About AI in Education

What does the future of AI hold for Black education? Chris, Sharif, and Ismael discuss the the need for educators to undergo robust training and development to effectively utilize AI, underscoring critical thinking in conjunction with AI integration.

Real talk? AI is here to stay, and understanding where it succeeds and fails is paramount for educators, especially those teaching Black and Brown students. Having apprehensions surrounding AI's accuracy and potential biases is well warranted, and the trio express valid concerns about its capacity to perpetuate societal disparities. Concurrently, they explore practical applications of AI in educational settings, such as leveraging it for accessing and analyzing research materials.

Watch the video to learn about areas of concern, cautious optimism, and practical ideas on how AI can supercharge education.


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