Lincoln Center undergrad’s project explores responsible AI, classroom technology
Through ASU’s Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, Fulton Schools senior computer science student Jose Gonzalez-Garduno explored how using artificial intelligence, or AI, technology in K–12 classrooms affects students and educators. He found that AI is changing not only how STEM subjects are taught but are reshaping modern education in general and how educational systems operate. But while today’s technology can provide effective computer-based training and computer-aided instruction, Gonzalez-Garduno says schools must maintain the value of what basic human interaction brings to the overall educational experience. He is now planning to pursue a computer science master’s degree and possibly a doctoral degree to prepare for a career creating new technologies that bring positive societal impacts.