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Feb 1, 2024

EdNC: Four Tips About How to Use AI in NC Classrooms, According to Experts

Krista Glazewski, executive director of the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, said that artificial intelligence has been sprinkled throughout education systems for decades. This includes things like adaptive testing, intelligent tutoring systems especially for math, and other programs that collect analytics and adjusts based on a student’s knowledge and skill level. 

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May 18, 2023

WFAE: How ChatGPT and Artificial Intelligence are Impacting Education

WFAE spoke with a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools educator and two tech experts, including College of Education Assistant Professor Shiyan Jiang, to learn the pros and cons of artificial intelligence in education. 

Apr 10, 2023

Spectrum News: High School Students Explore the Future of Artificial Intelligence at N.C. State

Poring over the results of her recent artificial intelligence project with 28 high school students, N.C. State assistant professor Shiyan Jiang says she is impressed with their ability to use this developing technology. 

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Apr 5, 2023

Shiyan Jiang, Christy Byrd and Amato Nocera Will Use Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Learning Across the High School Curriculum Through Work on Grant-funded Project

A group of NC State College of Education researchers are hoping to capitalize on the natural links that exist between artificial intelligence (AI) technology and subjects already being taught in K-12 schools through a new grant-funded project designed to create new learning opportunities for students. 

Mar 1, 2022

Exploring Next-Generation Education Series: AI and the Future of Education

In this talk, as part of the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation’s Exploring Next-Generation Education Series, the presenters will consider how (and at what rate) AI technologies for education will… 

N.C. Lt Gov. Dan Forest, Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia, and NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson.

Feb 18, 2020

Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to Support AI Apprenticeships

A new four-year, $6 million project led by North Carolina State University and funded by the U.S. Department of Labor will support 5,000 workers with training, college coursework and certification to work in the emerging field of artificial intelligence (AI). Carla C. Johnson, senior faculty fellow and professor of science education at NC State, is the principal investigator of the project “Artificial Intelligence Academy (AIA): North Carolina Apprenticeships for Innovation,” which will be affiliated with the NC State College of Education’s Friday Institute for Educational Innovation.