I don’t see a quick link to it, but is the @NurevaEducation “wall” available to remote attendees of #e21sym? Where do we find it?
I’m reminded by conversations at E21 Consortium’s Symposium on Artificial Intelligence in 21st Century Education (#e21sym) today about a short essay by Michael Nielsen (t) which I saw the other day on volitional philanthropy that could potentially be applied to AI in education in interesting ways.
Join us for a day of disruptive dialogue about Artiﬁcial Intelligence and 21st Century Education in Ottawa, an annual international symposium hosted by the University of Ottawa in collaboration with Carleton University, St. Paul University, Algonquin College, La Cité, and the Centre franco-ontarien de ressources pedagogique (CFORP).
hat tip: Stephen Downes
#e21sym Will the AI historical timeline play out like the imperialistic timeline of the industrial revolution? Can we learn anything from the analogy?
For the #e21sym question about Amazon’s AI discriminating against women, we do have some control. This article about how Sears helped to provide equality in the Jim Crow south is a great historical example of how economics can create equality: https://boffosocko.com/2018/10/18/searss-radical-past-how-mail-order-catalogues-subverted-the-racial-hierarchy-of-jim-crow-washington-post/