Category Archives: artificial intelligence

Jordan Peterson

An Online University I have been following the ruckus around Prof. Jordan Peterson of the University of Toronto in a desultory fashion for some time now. He caught my attention with his protest against being forced to use certain words. … Continue reading

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A New Term

One of the dangers of online teaching and indeed of all teaching is to become stale. By this I mean that once you find a comfortable niche and comfortable practices they can become set in stone. I recall a professor … Continue reading

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Artificial Intelligence

I am listening to a podcast of an Ideas show concerning the impact of AI on the professions. In the show, Professor Richard Susskind is interviewed by the host, Paul Kennedy. The interview is interspaced with excerpts from a speech … Continue reading

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