Robert Stephens, who teaches Philosophy as well as Humanities, and who was part of the first cohort of fellows of the AI-themed community of practice, has developed A.I. teaching materials and wishes to share them with you.
The work of Physics teachers Jonathon Sumner, Sameer Bhatnagar and Jean-François Brière was in the news last week. They developed an interactive live data visualization of COVID-19 focused on Quebec. The hope was to reinforce social distancing and create a positive feedback loop. Here are the TV reports that featured interviews with Jonathon and Sameer: CTV…
Un graphique en direct sur la covid-19 vise à montrer l’effet des interventions à ralentir la propagation de la maladie au québec
Un professeur du Collège Dawson a consacré une partie de son temps confiné chez lui à l’élaboration d’un graphique interactif et en direct permettant de visualiser les données sur la pandémie de COVID-19. Le graphique met l’accent sur le Québec et vise à montrer l’effet de la distanciation sociale et d’autres interventions sur le ralentissement…
Jonathon Sumner (Physics) started working on a live interactive graph project with the idea of showing the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic in different parts of the world, while normalizing for population size, as well as showing the impact of interventions like physical distancing.
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Two projects that count DawsonAI as a partner have been selected by PIA to go forward. The organization made the announcement Feb. 26.
Contribute your thoughts to the discussion around privacy and AI. DawsonAI is hosting two discussion groups in order to provide a response to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada’s consultation on their proposals for ensuring appropriate regulation of AI.
The call for candidates to join the second cohort of fellows of the AI-themed community of practice is now open. Interested faculty are invited to apply before Feb. 25, 2020.
Interested in learning more about AI and considering implementing AI into your course curriculum? Dawson AI’s Robert Stephens (Profile Coordinator of Arts & Culture; Faculty, Humanities and Philosophy) has some book recommendations to get you started.
Last Modified: October 26, 2020