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Data Ethics Workshop

'AI, Accessibility, and Student Engagement' workshop - Three 20-minute presentations followed by a reception and group activity

Data Ethics Workshop: AI, Accessibility, and Student Engagement

Presented by the Institute for Data Science and The Center for Practical Ethics


Monday, March 27, 2023

5:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Bryant Hall 209 (second floor)

Farrington Gallery (bottom floor)

This workshop will introduce you to how Large Language Models (LLMs) like ChatGPT can be used in higher education. In this session, we will explore the potential for these AI technologies to support student engagement and learn about the ethical implications of AI accessibility, including trust, manipulation, and safety. The lectures (three 20-minute presentations) will be followed by a reception in Farrington Gallery (1st floor) of Bryant Hall for attendees to collaboratively discuss a relevant case study.  

Register by March 24, 2023

Questions can be directed to Lori Nichols at or 662-915-3623

Please indicate accessibility needs to Lori. An elevator is in the building, and parking is available to all visitors after 5 PM. Parking on the Circle before 5 PM requires valid UM parking access. Visitor hang tags can be purchased at Parking Services or at the Welcome House across from the Grove and Faser hall