Code that learns is the most important human invention. Combined with the explosion of data from the Internet of Things and enabling technologies like robotics, machine intelligence is rapidly changing the employment and investment landscape and swamping our civic infrastructure with complex issues. This session will explore the ethical, economic and educational implications of the rise of artificial intelligence.
Moderator: Tom Vander Ark, Founder, Getting Smart
Panelists: Marlo Gaddis, Interim Chief Technology Officer, Wake County Public School System; Andrew Krumm, Director of Learning Analytics Research, Digital Promise; Elijah Mayfield, Vice President of New Technologies, Turnitin; Jonathan Rochelle, Director of Education Product Management, Google