"These educational tools assist educators create more interactive, thoughtful, and meaningful learning opportunities for students. By fusing Artificial Intelligence and human creativity, Auto Classmate seeks to help educators become leaders in the ethical implementation of technology in the classroom."
questions for asking -- and ready to ask students:
What are potential positive and negative impacts of AI on society?
Which jobs are likely to be impacted by AI and in what way?
What are things that make us unique as humans that AI can't do -- or can't do as well?
How can AI help us with schoolwork without impeding our learning?
How can AI help us in our work in different careers?
What role do you think the creators of AI play in the responsible use of it?
Could people use AI in unethical ways? Harmful or destructive ways even?
Is it anyone's responsibility to stop people from using AI irresponsibly? Should it be the government's responsibility?
What if we find that AI is biased or inaccurate? Should we still use it -- and to what extent?
Should AI tools like ChatGPT be available to students and teachers (as long as they're old enough to use them under terms of service)?