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AI in Education: Addressing Biases and Discrimination, Privacy & Surveillance

As AI continues to shape the learning landscape in education, concerns regarding its potential to amplify unwanted biases have become critical. Now is the time to investigate questions prompted by the intersection between AI and education and its implications for students. In this webinar, we will explore a phenomenon known as algorithmic discrimination: the possibility of AI perpetuating systemic unfairness in learning resources recommended to different student populations. Panelists will also consider the implications of AI on student privacy and surveillance. With greater integration of AI into educational systems, will students be subject to greater scrutiny in the name of personalized learning? Further, what safeguards are in place to protect their rights?

Join us as we navigate the complexities of AI in education and explore potential strategies for ensuring that AI enhances, rather than detracts from, educational equity and student well-being.

Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2024
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. ET
Format: Free non-CLE Webinar
Joint Sponsor:  ABA Task Force on Law and Artificial Intelligence
Co-Sponsors: ABA Center for Public Interest LawABA Commission on Hispanic Legal Rights & ResponsibilitiesABA Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender IdentityABA Criminal Justice SectionABA Section of Intellectual Property LawABA Solo, Small Firm and General Practice DivisionABA Section of State and Local Government Law

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The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for watching.

Panelists

  •  Clarence Okoh – Senior Policy Counsel, Youth Policy, Center for Law & Social Policy (CLASP)
  •  Cody Venzke – Senior Policy Counsel, National Political Advocacy Division, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
  • Kristin Woelfel – Policy Counsel, Equity in Civic Technology, Center for Democracy & Technology

Moderator

  • James J. Pierson – Dean, College of Business, Misericordia University; Co-Chair, Economic Justice Committee, ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice

Resources

Online Test Proctoring Companies | EPIC

How Automated Test Proctoring Software Discriminates Against Disabled Students | Center for Democracy and Technology

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Teaching and Learning | Department of Education, Office of Educational Technology (May 2023)

Beyond the Screen: Parents’ Experiences with Student Activity Monitoring in K-12 Schools | Center for Democracy and Technology,  Dhanaraj Thakur, Hugh Grant-Chapman, Elizabeth Laird, (July 2023)

Teaching Fellows Guide Educators in Integrating AI for Enhanced Student Engagement | EdSurge News 

Using Generative AI for Teacher & Student Content Creation | LinkedIn Event hosted by Digital Promise

Simplified personalized learning with AI | (Jan. 2024) Hapara

AI makes plagiarism harder to detect, argue academics – in paper written by chatbot  | (Mar. 2023) The Guardian

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