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2023 FLO Lab: Drawn into AI Angst: Can I really prove I am not a robot? (Sep. 28)

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Are you feeling anxious about the rise of AI tools in the classroom? Do you worry that you might become obsolete in the face of this technological advancement? How often have you had to “prove you are not a robot?” With the massive growth of AI tools, educators are questioning what it means to be a certified organic and creative human. Fear not, because in this 3-hour workshop, we will explore how you can prove that you are human, even in the age of AI. Through creating and sharing simple comics, we will delve into our honest wonderings and worries about AI. This workshop will be a playful way to address the serious concerns and questions we have about the impact of AI tools on our work and the future of our careers. This event will be equal parts philosopher’s café, academic inquiry, support group, and play session. 

Learning outcomes for this workshop include:

1. Exploring and processing educators’ practical, psychological and philosophical anxieties about AI in a meaningful, creative, and fun way.
2. Learning how to express complex ideas and emotions through visual storytelling.
3. Sharing and connecting with other educators who share similar worries and concerns.
4. Gaining a better understanding of the impact of AI tools on educators and our work and how to maintain our humanity in the face of technological advancement. 

This session will NOT be recorded, so please plan on being in attendance for the duration of the workshop. The approximate participation time for this workshop is 2.5 hours, with an additional 30 minutes for sharing and discussion.

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