VIDEO ARCHIVE! Critical AI Literacy in a Time of Chatbots: A Public Symposium for Educators, Writers, and Citizens

[On October 6th, 2023, Critical AI @ Rutgers in collaboration with Katie Conrad (University of Kansas) hosted Critical AI Literacy in a Time of Chatbots: A Public Symposium for Educators, Writers, and Citizens. The event featured several keynotes and panels which are reprised in the video archive below.]

Rebecca Walkowitz (Dean of Humanities)
Watch the recording here.

I: Critical AI Literacy: What is it and Why Do We Need it?
Watch the recording here

Matthew Stone (Computer Science, Rutgers)
Antonio Hamilton (Writing Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Lauren M.E. Goodlad (English/Critical AI, Rutgers)
Moderator: Maha Bali (Center for Learning and Teaching, American University in Cairo) 

II: Teaching Critical AI Literacy: Advice and Perspectives
Watch the recording here

Nicholas Provenzano (Technology Integrator and Makerspace Director at University Liggett School)
Latrise P. Johnson (English, University of Alabama)
Leslie Allison + Tiffany DeRewal (Rowan U)
Daniel Estrada (Humanities, New Jersey Institute of Tech)
ModeratorAnna Mills (MLA-CCCC Task Force on Writing and AI/English, Cañada College)

 author of Blood in the Machine: The Origins of the Rebellion against Big Tech
Watch the recording here.

Interview with Brian Merchant (LA Times) conducted by
Michael Szalay (English, University of California, Irvine)
and Evie Shockley (English, Rutgers; author of suddenly we)
ModeratorSerap Firat (Visiting Research Scholar / UC Berkeley)

KEYNOTE PANEL: What’s next?
Watch the recording here

Keynote Panelists:
Kathryn Conrad (English, University of Kansas)
Amba Kak (Executive Director, AI Now)
ModeratorJane Rosenzweig (Writing Program, Harvard)

Leave a Reply