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AI and Ethics in the Classroom

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Authors

  • Cynthia Breazeal
    Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Safinah Ali
    Graduate Student, Personal Robots Group Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Daniella DiPaulo
    Graduate Student, Personal Robots Group Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Brian Jordan
    Graduate Student, Personal Robots Group Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Students of today are growing up in the “Era of AI.” They are regularly consuming AI technologies as well as learning how to build their own artificial intelligent systems. In this session, researchers from the Personal Robots Group at the MIT Media Lab share their approaches to teaching AI through a framework that embeds ethical design and creativity into a technical curriculum. 
 

Topics: Artificial Intelligence Active Learning

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