LLM Norms and Review Criteria

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Ryan Watkins recently published a new article on establishing norms and review criteria for the use of Large Language Models in scientific research. You can read it here: https://rdcu.be/dciay Watkins, R. (2023). Guidance for researchers and peer‑reviewers on the ethical … Continued

Best Paper Award

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HTC PhD Candidate, Jessa Henderson and 1st author, and HTC faculty Natalie Milman (along w/ 2 other colleagues at other universities) were awarded the 2023 American Educational Research Association Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning SIG’s … Continued

Ryan on Good Morning America

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Ryan Watkins recently appeared on Good Morning America in a segment on ChatGPT: https://www.goodmorningamerica.com/news/video/school-districts-banning-artificial-intelligence-tool-96738248

Confronting Tools of the Oppressor

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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

Needs and artifcial intelligence

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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

Needs-aware AI

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On February 2nd, Soheil Human (from the Vienna University of Economics and Business) and Ryan Watkins (the HTC Lab) will lead a symposium on Needs-aware Artificial Intelligence — AI that ‘serves [human] needs’. Learn more about the symposium and how … Continued

A Digital Nudge

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Along with colleagues from across GWU, Dr. Watkins and the HTC lab will be working on a NSF grant: A Digital Nudge: Assessing the Impact of an Immutable Records Data Management Platform on Student Researcher Ethics.  The research will examine … Continued

AI Literacy

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Farhana  (PhD student in the HTC lab) recently presented a short talk at the AI4EDU conference on a comprehensive approach for moving from a general concept of AI Literacy to a competency model approach — paper | video

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