Thursday, February 1st 2024
09:00 AM—06:30 PM
|Li Ka Shing Conference Center (Paul Berg Hall)
Building on the success of its first edition in 2023, this in-person summit was hosted again by the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) and the Stanford Accelerator for Learning. The summit convened Stanford faculty and students along with leaders and participants from academia, industry, civic society, PK-12 education, and government.
As AI technologies continue to rapidly evolve, and new opportunities and challenges emerge in education, the AI+Education research community showcased the latest AI research and solutions for key education challenges, examining how AI technologies (e.g., large language models, computer vision, and AR/VR) can advance learning through new pedagogies and assessments, new in-person or virtual classroom designs, new support mechanisms for teachers and students, and more. In doing so, the summit asked the questions of how AI can transform teaching and learning in an ethical, equitable, and safe manner; what metrics of assessment, fair evaluation, and overall regulatory framework are required to deliver these qualities; and how to build AI for education and with educators.