Wednesday, December 6, 6:30pm
Aspen Film Isis Theatre | 406 E Hopkins Ave, Aspen
$20 General Admission | $15 Aspen Film Member
$50 Full Series GA | $35 Full Series AF Member
As artificial intelligence continues to capture our collective imagination, it’s critical that we discuss the incredible, and perhaps, scary ways it can and will impact our lives. Our feature film, HER, paired with the short film, A SUN LIKE A BIG DARK ANIMAL, incorporates technology in ways that force us to re-examine our relationship with it as humans. We welcome Cristina Nowak and Jessica Ann from aiEDU, a non-profit that works with students and teachers to build AI literacy, as our guest presenters for the evening. They will discuss equitable learning and how to teach students to thrive in the age of artificial intelligence.
Learn more about our featured guests and the Science on Screen series.
The AI Education Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that creates equitable learning experiences that excite and empower students everywhere with AI literacy. They believe that everyone—especially those who are likely to be disproportionately impacted by AI systems—should have access to the conceptual knowledge and skills they need to thrive as workers, creators, consumers, and citizens.