What AI and Robotics Could Mean for Our Professions and Education - Sponsored by Cidi Labs

Wednesday, January 31 | 11:00AM–12:00PM CT | Grand Ballroom - Acadia, Third Floor
Session Type: General Session
Delivery Format: General Session
AI and robotics are reshaping how we share knowledge, experience and expertise, which has implications for our professions and higher education. People are developing new relationships and dependencies on machines and systems, reconfiguring our roles as professionals. Systems can amplify human performance, suggesting that machines and systems will work alongside tomorrow’s professionals as partners. And, in a super-connected world, new sources of expertise are emerging. As a result, educators are challenged to re-conceptualize learning and research. In a world in which computers are increasingly capable, how do we prepare students for a new division of labor between people and machines?


  • Diana Oblinger

    President Emeritus, EDUCAUSE Alumni

Resources & Downloads

  • ELI 2018 Oblinger

    1 MB, pdf - Updated on 1/25/2024