AI Conference, Rugby School, 6 October
Rugby School is hosting a conference, in partnership with Graydin Coaching, to discuss the profound impact and potential of AI, understand its implications, and work together to amplify the importance of human connection in teaching. AI may look like a monster; we – especially teachers - need to learn to treat it as a useful tool.
Sir Anthony Seldon and Seth Godin (via satellite) are the keynote speakers. Discussions will be led by Laura Knight, Head of Digital Learning at Berkhamsted (who sets the tone by describing leadership in the AI era as ‘about creating the conditions in which humans can thrive in a symbiotic relationship with machines’), and workshops will look at AI and humanity from a number of different angles.
Attached to each ticket will be a questionnaire for delegates to complete with their students before 6 October. At the start of the conference, Justin Muston (Rugby’s Head of Staff & Student Formation) and Laura Knight will share those collected responses with speakers and delegates so that the student voice will be considered throughout the day.
This is not a sit-and-listen conference; it will be dynamic and inclusive with contributions encouraged from all delegates. A summary of the day will be circulated widely which we hope will stimulate wider debate.
Resonance in Education: Amplifying the Magic of Humanity in the AI Era
Friday 6 October, 1000 – 1600, Rugby School, £75 (to cover costs, no profit)
For further details please contact Justin Muston at email@example.com
To register, please go to: https://www.graydin.com/resonance-in-education