Trustworthy AI Lab for Education Summit

December 1st, 2023 | McKenna Hall, University of Notre Dame

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The Trustworthy AI Lab for Education (TALE) at Notre Dame will bring together a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, computer scientists, learning scientists, and STEM education researchers across campus as well as external partners, to decipher how to build effective and trusted AI solutions for education.  The summit will produce a white paper and roadmap of human-centric AI in education outlining the vision, expectations, timelines, and metrics for achieving the goals, which are intended to provide guidance to the entire research community so it will benefit a wider audience as well. This summit, in combination with other start-up activities, searching for other sources of information and collaboration with other Notre Dame entities will lead to increased awareness and visibility needed to bootstrap the entity kick off process.

Event Organizers:

Our steering committee includes: 

Alison Cheng, Chair, Professor in Quantitative Psychology, Associate Director of the Lucy Family Institute for Data and Society (Psychometrics, Educational Data Mining, Learning Analytics) 

  • Nitesh Chawla, Frank M. Freimann Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Founding Director of the Lucy Family Institute for Data and Society (Data Science for Common Good, artificial intelligence, data science, and network science)  
  • Daniel Lapsley, Professor in Psychology, Fellow of Institute of Educational Initiatives (Moral Development, interpersonal trust)
  • John Behrens, Professor of the Practice of Technology & Digital Studies and Concurrent Professor of the Practice in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Director of the Office of Digital Strategy in the College of Arts & Letters and Director of the Technologies & Digital Studies Program (Social and Cognitive Issues in Data Science, Generative AI use & implications, Assessment & Evaluation).

Our planning committee includes:

Poster Session Co-Chairs

Research Presentation Session Co-Chairs

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