Join Us for a Primer on Artificial Intelligence
Ensuring that PreK-12 students are academically successful, digitally wise, and ethically grounded is a pivotal theme at King School.
Thursday, October 26, 6:00-8:30 p.m. | King School Performing Arts Center - 1450 Newfield Ave., Stamford, CT.
Join us for a special program on the rapidly evolving world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its multifaceted implications on student learning and future career landscapes. Hear from our keynote speaker, Tamar Gendler, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Philosophy, Psychology, and Cognitive Science at Yale University. This event is for adults.
A Deep Dive Into Artificial Intelligence
Hear an overview of the latest developments in AI.
Explore how AI can both augment and potentially disrupt student learning.
Envision the skills the next generation will need to synergize effectively with machines.
Ask questions and voice your concerns regarding AI in education.
Hear how King faculty from Lower, Middle, and Upper School further student learning by experimenting with artificial intelligence. Teachers will discuss topics like academic integrity, computer programming, digital art and digital media, robotics, virtual field trips, virtual reality, and writing instruction.
Attendees will leave this presentation with an enhanced understanding of AI and its impact on education and future careers and equipped with knowledge to guide children and students through the digital age.
Keynote Speaker: Tamar Gendler
Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Philosophy, Psychology, and Cognitive Science at Yale University
Professor Tamar Gendler, an eminent personality in education policy, philosophy, and psychology, has been an integral part of the dialogue concerning AI in higher education. Tamar will share insights from her rich experience navigating technological advancements in the educational space, especially during the virtual/COVID era. She will guide a discussion about the current landscape of AI, its ethics, implementation, opportunities, and threats, particularly in the context of education.