Artificial Intelligence, Bias and Careers
Computer science is about so much more than coding. Learn about artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, training data and bias. Explore ethical issues and how AI can be used to address world problems. Learn to use Code.org’s free materials to model a lesson and conversation talking points for K–12 students. The program is designed to quickly introduce you and your students to a lesson you can use for a variety of school counseling program goals either in-person or remotely.
After viewing this webinar, you will be able to:
1 Explore how training data is used to enable a machine learning model to classify new data
2 Discuss the critical importance of having more diversity in AI careers
3 Access free curriculum, videos and materials to engage students at all grade levels in conversations about careers, bias and more.
4 Describe how systemic barriers have created inequities and how school counselors are key to closing the opportunity gap in computing fields
• Kelsey Kman, Program Manager, National Center for Women & Information Technology
• Jennifer Correnti, Director of Student Personnel Services, Harrison Public School District
February 13, 2024, 12-1 p.m. Eastern
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