You've likely heard of ChatGPT already - some are eagerly embracing the technology and some districts have already banned it. There's no question this topic is important for all educators (and their students and communities) to understand.
Whether you're a novice on the topic, or ready to go beyond ChatGPT 101, save your spot for our free webinar!
Thursday, February 23rd at 11 AM Central
We’ve all heard of ChatGPT, and some school districts have even banned it, but what exactly is it? Join us for a free webinar on ChatGPT in Education as we explore the nuances of this new technology in the educational sphere.
Join us for a conversation with ThinkCERCA expert on Machine Learning(ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), Q McCallum, ThinkCERCA Chief Technology Officer, Michael Manley, and Founder and CEO, Eileen Murphy.
In this webinar, we’ll delve into:
🤖 What is ChatGPT and how might its underlying technology be used in education?
🤖 How should educators address situations where technologies could be useful in the classroom but are disallowed by policy?
🤖 How can we prepare ourselves and our students for a world where AI and Machine Learning are commonplace?
Consultant, Writer, and Researcher
Q McCallum is a consultant, writer, and researcher in the domain of machine learning and artificial intelligence (ML/AI). He's spent his career applying disruptive technology to business use cases.
His published work includes Understanding Patterns of Disruption: Lessons Learned from the Cloud, Machine Learning, and More; Business Models for the Data Economy; Parallel R: Data Analysis in the Distributed World; and Bad Data Handbook: Mapping the World of Data Problems.
His current research interests include:
*The intersection of ML/AI and business models (data monetization, human/AI interaction, AI-based automation)
*The application of financial concepts (such as risk, N-sided marketplaces, and asset bubbles) to other domains
Chief Technology Officer
Founder and CEO
Eileen Murphy is the founder and CEO of ThinkCERCA, a tool designed to support systems-level literacy growth. Eileen spent 20 years as a classroom teacher, English department chair, and Director of Curriculum and Instruction for 115 schools before founding ThinkCERCA. She is also an NCTE author and a Pahara Aspen Fellow.