Harvard Business School faculty members discuss how artificial intelligence could reshape how work gets done.
A Harvard Kennedy School expert explores how regulation and other tools can ensure that AI tools work for everyone.
Harvard writers, animators, architects, musicians, and mixed-media artists explain whether they see AI as a threat, collaborator, or tool.
Some of the most pressing questions in medicine can be advanced through the application of AI in the clinic.”
Harvard Medical School
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The future of healthcare
Harvard Medical School professor Jagmeet Singh’s new book explains how the practice of medicine will become increasingly virtual, aided by digital technologies like artificial intelligence, telehealth, and wearable devices.Read More
Play with AI tools
Don’t be afraid to experiment and “geek out” with the technology.
Learn how AI actually works
AI is trained using existing data from the internet, which leads to the potential problem of “garbage in, garbage out.”
Use AI tools to spark the imagination
If students can turn to AI language models for quick and easy answers then there is a problem with the lesson.
Understand cheating with AI tools
People who cheat would have cheated without AI, the tools are just making it easier.
Understanding how intelligence works
Working to advance the understanding of the nature of intelligence, the Kempner Institute is bringing researchers across disciplines like computational theory, AI and machine learning, neuroscience, and cognitive science together to develop next generation AI systems.