Published On: May 16 2023
The unprecedented speed of advancements in machine learning (ML), generative artificial intelligence (AI), and large language models (LLM) is rapidly transforming formal and informal educational settings and systems. Educators and learners are grappling with unanticipated and rapidly changing AI that impacts both day-to-day K-12 classroom practices and the use of AI in informal (out of school) settings.
Published On: May 14 2023
A list of recent member publications from the past ~4 months.
Published On: May 11 2023
The series, edited by labor expert Winifred Poster, explores how digital capacities and infrastructure affect how we work.
Published On: May 1 2023
On this May Day, the Homeless Worker Movement in Brazil (MTST) launched a primer on digital sovereignty. It addresses issues of sovereignty and technology from social movements, workers' struggles and the majority world.