The use of AI in our everyday lives continues to grow at a rapid rate and with growing accessibility to these tools and technologies clearly showcases the need for education that goes beyond the surface-level benefits. It’s critical for universities to equip students with a comprehensive understanding of the inner workings of AI. Franklin Orellana, Chair of the Data Science Program at Post University, recently authored an article for Coruzant Magzine about the dual nature of AI and how universities should provide an educational foundation for students that empowers them to use this new technology responsibly and ethically. Read the full story here.

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