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Stop Listening, Start Talking: AI in the Virtual Classroom Think-In 30 Nov

ADAPT & the RoomReader project invite you to a Citizens’ Think-In to discuss how Artificial Intelligence (AI) could be used in online classrooms to improve the experience on 30 November from 4.00-5.45pm Click to register During the pandemic, many schools and universities were forced to quickly move all their teaching online. Classrooms became virtual. Every …

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Citizens’ Think-In: “What is My Health Information?”, 7 October 2021

ADAPT and Smart D8 invite you to a public conversation, a Citizens’ Think-In to discuss “What is My Health Information?” with guest speaker, Orla Gogarty from St Patrick’s Mental Health Services, Dublin 8. ADAPT’s Citizens’ Think-Ins are public forums that bring people together to discuss some of the ethical issues we face in the digital …

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ADAPT Citizens’ Think-In: “What is My Health Information?”

ADAPT & Smart D8 welcome you to an online Citizens’ Think-In to discuss “What is My Health Information?” **POSTPONED** ADAPT, the SFI research centre for AI-Driven Content Technology and Smart D8 invite you to an online public conversation, a Citizens’ Think-In to discuss “What is My Health Information?” with guest speaker, Orla Gogarty from St …

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Citizens’ Think-In:”Who Should I Trust With My Data?”, 9 June 2021

Who Should I Trust With My Data? Researchers from the Science Foundation Ireland ADAPT Centre for AI driven digital content technology and the PROTECT Network invite you to join a Citizens’ Think-In public discussion to consider the question: “Who Should I Trust With My Data?” Date: Wednesday, 9 June 2021 Time: 4.00-5.45pm Register Now Background …

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ADAPT develops workshops for upskilling Junior Cycle teachers in AI, Ethics, and Technology

Participants in the ADAPT Centre’s responsible research and innovation workshops for teachers have highlighted their relevance across the Junior Cycle curriculum and revealed significant demand for them to be made available to all teachers and schools. ADAPT researchers have co-developed a series of interdisciplinary workshops with the Department of Education and Skills for the STE(A)M …

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