CourseMaterialsProject/Studio for Artificial Intelligence Proposal

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Draft / Proposal

Studio for Artificial Intelligence[edit | edit source]

The Studio for AI will be a dynamic environment focused on hands-on application of artificial intelligence to learn and to teach

Mission[edit | edit source]

  • To create an engaging and thought-provoking space where AI is not just a tool, but a partner in exploring diverse fields including design, art, humanities, and social sciences.
  • To inspire educators, students, and professionals to integrate AI into their daily lives, fostering a sense of curiosity and discovery.
  • To cultivate a space where learning with AI is not only informative but also joyful and exciting, addressing ethical and accuracy challenges along the way.
  • To emphasize the development of critical thinking through AI interactions, ensuring that each encounter leads to meaningful learning and knowledge retention.

Vision[edit | edit source]

  • To establish a vibrant and exploratory environment that is both safe and exhilarating for delving into the opportunities AI offers in education.
  • To showcase AI as a transformative tool in teaching and learning, highlighting its role in problem-solving and creative thinking.
  • To make AI an accessible and integral part of learning experiences, where the journey with AI is as enriching as the knowledge gained.

Research & Scholarship[edit | edit source]

  • ChatGPT as Co-PI: Assessing and analyzing the experience of co-teaching with ChatGPT.

Workshops[edit | edit source]

To be scheduled with on-campus faculty, staff and students; prospective students; BOCES; other community venues. Similar to open-mic, but to include prompts and structured experiences for individuals and small groups.

Spring 2024 Activities and Calendar[edit | edit source]

Weekly Activities[edit | edit source]

  • Open Mic Sessions: Students sharing AI experiences and projects.
  • Studio Critique Sessions: Presenting and discussing AI-assisted projects.
  • IBM AI Fundamentals Community: Regular discussions on AI-related topics.

(illustrative & imagined; none scheduled yet...)

February[edit | edit source]

Residential Life Workshop: Introducing AI concepts in residential life settings.

March[edit | edit source]

BOCES Student Workshop: Hands-on AI learning experiences for BOCES students.

April[edit | edit source]

SUNY Poly AI Seminar Presentation: "Co-teaching with AI"

May[edit | edit source]

IGNITE Session at SUNY CIT Conference: Co-teaching with ChatGPT, discussing successes and challenges.