AI in Education: Implementation of ChatGPT at Khan Academy

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The rush is on to build new applications of AI in education. Khan Academy was one of the first to build a large language model into their platform as both a tutor for students and assistant for teachers. This webinar will provide a behind the scenes look at how AI features were developed, including challenges faced, and risks considered. In addition, we will share what we learned from beta testing with several thousand students and teachers.



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  • Date: 07 Dec 2023
  • Time: 08:00 PM to 09:30 PM
  • All times are (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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How to register for the online meeting:
* Send email to PrincetonACM@gmail.com
* OR Register on Meetup.com (http://meetup.com/IEEE-Princeton-Central-Jersey-Section)

  • 35 Olden St.
  • Princeton University
  • Princeton, New Jersey
  • United States 08544
  • Building: Computer Science Building
  • Room Number: Room 105

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Kristen DiCerbo of Khan Academy

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AI in Education

Biography:

Dr. Kristen DiCerbo is the Chief Learning Officer at Khan Academy, a nonprofit dedicated to providing a free world class education to anyone, anywhere. In this role, she is responsible for developing and implementing a research-based teaching and learning strategy for Khan Academy’s offerings in order to improve student and teacher engagement and outcomes. She leads the content and product management teams. Dr. DiCerbo’s work has consistently been focused on embedding what we know from education research about how people learn into digital learning experiences. Prior to her role at Khan Academy, she was Vice-President of Learning Research and Design at Pearson, served as a research scientist supporting teaching and learning in the Cisco Networking Academies, and worked as a school psychologist in an Arizona school district. She publishes and speaks to a variety of audiences about educational technology, learning, and learning science research. Kristen received her Bachelor’s Degree from Hamilton College and Master’s Degree and Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at Arizona State University.