The pandemic has shifted our traditional views of learning. This shift would not have been possible without technology and AI in the classroom.
How people travel will soon look very different. In this episode, APU STEM professor Dr. Karen Hand talks about the evolution of autonomous cars including safety benefits, ethical issues, security measures, and what it will take for public adoption.
Learning how to design, build, fix and fly a drone requires the application of all aspects of a STEAM education. In this episode, how teaching drone technology as part of a STEAM education program supports students’ real-world use of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematic knowledge.
Imagine an educational system where students can learn at their own pace and advance based on their mastery of knowledge, not just on their age. In this episode, learn how artificial intelligence is being used in the K-12 classroom to customize education.
Digital twins offer research and development not available before without the expense of actual prototypes and iterative testing until success is achieved.
Got a .edu email address? The Internal Revenue Service warns that you might be the target of the latest fake IRS email scam.
The average person is so accustomed to seeing the results of artificial intelligence algorithms—like Amazon purchasing recommendations and Facebook ads—that it is easy to overlook the potential harm of these systems. Learn about issues with inherent bias and the difficulties in trying to retrain massive data sets.
If new artificial intelligence technologies have the capability of replacing humans, are we eliminating a crucial component of industry?