Estimated reading time: 1 minute, 8 seconds
So if you’re getting stuck on what kind of assignment to give your students next, try this one.
Invite your students to read this multi-authored (36 authors I think!) article that contains multiple (over 60!) positive and negative speculative fiction stories about AI from people from all over the world. Then invite them to either reflect on each story, or develop their own story for the future of AI in their own discipline. I guess you could ask them to write their story with or without AI, and include an image generated by AI… or not…
The article by Bozkurt et al (phenomenal job by Aras, I will never forget his vision, leadership and coordination) was just published today:
Authors: Aras Bozkurt, Junhong Xiao, Sarah Lambert, Angelica Pazurek, Helen Crompton, Suzan Koseoglu, Robert Farrow, Melissa Bond, Chrissi Nerantzi, Sarah Honeychurch, Maha Bali, Jon Dron, Kamran Mir, Bonnie Stewart, Eamon Costello, Jon Mason, Christian M. Stracke, Enilda Romero-Hall, Apostolos Koutropoulos, Cathy Mae Toquero, Lenandlar Singh, Ahmed Tlili, Kyungmee Lee, Mark Nichols, Ebba Ossiannilsson, Mark Brown, Valerie Irvine, Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli, Gema Santos-Hermosa, Orna Farrell, Taskeen Adam, Ying Li Thong, Sunagul Sani-Bozkurt, Ramesh C. Sharma, Stefan Hrastinski, Petar Jandrić
What might you do with this article for your class?