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Artifical Intelligence : Learning Opportunities

Info & resources on AI for faculty, staff & students at NCC

NCC's Office of Distance Education is offering a series of workshops on teaching with AI. Visit their website for current offerings!

AI Conferences

Upcoming: Fact2 AI Symposium

May 21, 2024 – University at Buffalo and via ZOOMOn November 30, 2022, OpenAI opened ChatGPT to the public, beginning a series of rapid releases and evolution of new AI (artificial intelligence) platforms. The development and widespread adoption of AI tools has created many opportunities and challenges for educational institutions. In the summer of 2023, the Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching and Technology (FACT2) formed a task group to explore the impact of generative AI on education. The 2024 FACT2 AI Symposium has been organized by this task group to help faculty, instructional designers and technologists, student support professional staff, and administrators work to transform our educational practices so that we can better prepare students for a world in which AI tools are ubiquitous. This symposium will take place at the University of Buffalo on May 21, 2024. All sessions will be available both in person at the University of Buffalo and remotely over Zoom.


July 25, 2024 AI for Educators Conference 2024

Attend AI for Edu to gain comprehensive understanding. Leave with knowledge of AI best practices and implementable ideas for harnessing powerful AI to transform education. Hear from experts in the field of educational technology, including classroom educators, technology leaders, and other education professionals. latest AI trends and strategies in education at AI for Edu. Register now to secure your spot in this must-attend virtual conference. All sessions will be recorded and available for attendees after the event.

Upcoming: The AI Summit New York

The AI Summit New York- December 11-12, 2024, Javits Center, NYC: For two-days next December, industry executives, startup disruptors, and commercial champions will converge to delve into the future of applied AI. Hear from enterprise leaders on the implementation opportunities and challenges of AI. Access unparalleled opportunities for discovery, amazing interactive demos, and an incredible line-up of technical solutions.

Exploring Potential & Pitfalls of AI Use in the Classroom (RECORDING)

FACT2 AI Faculty Development Workshops 2024

Exploring Potential & Pitfalls of AI Use in the Classroom, March19 2024

Presenters: Shyam Sharma, Michael Murphy, & Cynthia Davidson

Artificial Intelligence SUNY FACT2 Task Group & SUNY Task Force Report (RECORDING 1 hour)

FACT2 AI Task Group Jeffrey Riman SUNY Fashion Institute of Technology & SUNY FACT2 Task Group Co-Chair, Billi Franchini SUNY University at Albany & SUNY FACT2 Task Group Co-Chair, SUNY AI Task Force Atri Rudra is the Katherine Johnson Chair in Artificial Intelligence Professor in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering at the SUNY University at Buffalo, Jason D’Cruz is an Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Philosophy Department at the University at Albany.