Demystifying artificial intelligence: unlocking AI’s potential for teachers. SESSION: The future of AI in art, film, and videogames (Teacher)
Join AI education expert Leon Furze as he delves into AI’s role in shaping contemporary education and its relevance to your school.
Join ACMI and AI education expert and author Leon Furze as he delves into AI’s role in shaping contemporary education and its relevance to your school. This session explores:
The future of AI in art, film, and videogames
In this session, Leon Furze examines the burgeoning relationship between AI and the arts, discussing its impact on film, video games, and artistic expression. Delve into the ways AI is revolutionising creative industries and explore its potential to inspire new forms of artistic collaboration. Gain insight into the future of AI in the creative sphere and understand the implications for your students as they enter a world shaped by AI-driven innovation.
Key takeaways include: the impact of AI on art, film, and video games; the potential for AI to drive innovation in creative industries; and preparing students for a future influenced by AI and its role in creative domains.
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: ACMI
Date & Time
06-Sep-2023 03:45PM + Google Calendar + iCal Export
Live Event - Scheduled
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
ACMI is your museum for screen culture. ACMI’s virtual education programs and free online resources make the best of ACMI’s media literacy expertise accessible to teachers all over Australia.
Leon Furze is an international consultant, author, and speaker with years of experience in education and leadership. Leon is studying his PhD in the implications of Artificial Intelligence on writing instruction and education.
Will This Event Be Recorded?
Joining The Event
Technology and Materials Requirements
A personal laptop, internet connection and zoom.
Connecting To The Event
The zoom link for your session will be provided on registration.
If you have any queries please contact the provider
Name: ACMI Education
Phone: (03) 8663 2583
Email: [email protected]