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AI Seminar: AI in Higher Education

AI Seminar: AI in Higher Education

24 October 23
2 November 2023
, 10:00 am
The Information Solutions and Services (ISS) seminar and panel discussion brings together leading experts from academia, IT, the legal sector and the University student body to explore the impact of AI on academic integrity, teaching and learning in higher education.

Transforming Learning and Maintaining Integrity

Date: Thursday, 2 November, 2023
Time: 10am – 1pm
Venue: Aula Maxima, Quadrangle Building,
University of Galway

Click here to register.

A networking interval with coffee will be provided between speakers and panel discussion.

Key Discussion Topics:
• AI as a Tool: Empowering Our Students for the Workforce of the Future
• AI Opportunities and Threats in Research and Teaching
• How AI is Fuelling Digital Transformation and Student Success
• Ongoing Responses to GenAI
• AI and Law: Regulation and Governance

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