8 posts tagged

Artificial Intelligence

AI, What's Your Position, Not Your Policy: A Scenarios-Based Approach to Strategic Foresight in the Age of Structural Uncertainty

Recently, I attended the National Association of Independent Schools Annual Conference in St. Louis. I was excited to go because (1) it was my first time to present at NAIS, something I had been wanting to do for a long

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Assessment in the Context of Intelligent Machines: Making Human Thinking Visible (Provocative Questions in the Age of AI, vol. 4)

How do we leverage the human advantage to make human thinking visible in the age of cognitive technologies? The End of High School English? Or, Photography's Not Dead!The question of assessment practices in the context of artificial intelligence is

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Competence in the Age of AI, or What If Plato's Real Concern Was A Deep Skepticism About Whether We Can "Work Well With Machines"? (Provocative Questions in the Age of AI, vol. 3)

Instead of asking, what can machines do better than humans? And what can humans do better than machines? What if we asked, what do humans need to learn and do to thrive in an age of intelligent technology? What Remains

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Plato Warned Us About Elon, or Signs Mistaken for Wonders in the Age of AI (Provocative Questions in the Age of AI, vol. 2)

How might we teach, model, and develop AI literacy in all learners, so that they do not mistake machinic outputs for wonders? How might we leverage generative AI's wondrous powers to augment student learning and performance? Are these two questions

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Plato Would Like To Remind You: Writing Is A Technology, Not A Natural Human Competency (Provocative Questions in the Age of AI, vol. 1)

Are we succeeding when it comes to convincing kids of the value of human-generated writing? What happens when we reframe the conversation by acknowledging that writing is technology? Techne, Episteme, & Plato:As a former English teacher, this post feels

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The Death of the Author, Again: Chat GPT, Writing, & the Promising Opportunities

Co-authored by Jared Colley + ChatGPT Anthony Brandt and David Eagleman in their book, Runaway Species: How Human Creativity Remakes the World, offer a three part framework for understanding how novel things are created. Using the three cognitive maneuvers – Breaking, Blending,

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