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Successful Artificial Intelligence Event Inspires Large Audience on May 29

More than 750 Cornell, Weill Cornell Medicine, and Cornell Tech community members registered for the May 29 symposium, Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education, the first in a new series of Emerging Tech Dialogues.

AI in the Classroom Featured in Breakout Sessions and Posters on May 29

Part of the May 29, 2024 Emerging Tech Dialogues: Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education symposium, Rob Vanderlan and colleagues from the Center for Teaching Innovation will discuss with their audience some of the disruptions and opportunities posed by generative AI tools in the classroom.

Jungles, Chatbots, and Bears, Oh My! An AI Perspective for Everyone May 29

Break-out sessions and poster presentations foster participant engagement through pilot project, use cases, and interactive demonstrations during the May 19 Emerging Tech Dialogues: Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education event.

NYU Vice Provost for AI and Technology in Education Clay Shirky Shares Insights in Afternoon Keynote on May 29

Clay Shirky, the New York University Vice Provost for AI and Technology in Education, will give the afternoon keynote address for the May 29 Emerging Tech Dialogues: Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education event. 

Explore Artificial Intelligence Opportunities on May 29

A new symposium encourages faculty, staff, students, and researchers to share their ideas for potential applications of artificial intelligence.

Hot Topics for May 29 Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education Symposium

Check out the trending hot topics submitted by participants who have registered for the May 29 event and explore one of the potential breakout sessions. 

Kavita Bala Keynote Drives Morning Activities in May 29 Symposium

Attendees of the May 29 Emerging Tech Dialogues: Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education will be inspired by Cornell Dean of Cornell’s Bowers College of Computing and Information Science and Professor of Computer Science Kavita Bala, who will present the first keynote address for the event.

May 29 Emerging Tech Dialogues: Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education

This is the first in a series of free events for technology community members as well as faculty, staff, researchers, and students interested in exploring AI and other new technologies.

Artificial Intelligence Task Forces Share Findings

Three university-wide task forces, formed in 2023, recently released their findings and recommendations surrounding the use of artificial intelligence (AI) tools at Cornell.

Watch Out for Whaling: Phishing Targeting Leaders

“Whaling” is a sophisticated form of phishing that targets an organization's top leaders. It uses clever social engineering and generative artificial intelligence to look like it’s from people you know and trust -- the president, provost, vice provosts, vice presidents, or deans. 

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