In mid-December, Ryan authored the blog “Updating Your Course Syllabus for chatGPT“. The practical advice has been well received, reaching over 40,000 readers.
This exciting new report from the Brookings Institute offer valuable insights into the use of micro-credentials around the globe, and it was co-authored by Jessa, Ani, and Natalie (from the HTC Lab) and Kazumi (from the Educational Inequality Lab) at … Continued
Confronting Tools of the Oppressor: Framing Just Technology Integration in Educational Technology and Teacher Education New article by Natalie and Jessa is available here: https://citejournal.org/volume-22/issue-4-22/current-practice/confronting-tools-of-the-oppressor-framing-just-technology-integration-in-educational-technology-and-teacher-education/ Abstract Power, privilege, and prejudice are embedded within technologies. While technologies can be designed and … Continued
Ryan Watkins and Soheil Human just published their open access article “Needs and Artificial Intelligence” in the AI and Ethics Journal. Abstract Throughout our history, we, Homo sapiens, have used technologies to better satisfy our needs. The relation between needs … Continued
This work presents a systematic review of recent efforts (since 2010) aimed at automatic analysis of nonverbal cues displayed in face-to-face co-located human-human social interactions. The main reason for focusing on nonverbal cues is that these are the physical, machine … Continued
Though technical advance of artificial intelligence and machine learning has enabled many promising intelligent systems, many computing tasks are still not able to be fully accomplished by machine intelligence. Motivated by the complementary nature of human and machine intelligence, an … Continued