Last Friday 16 June was held the VII Conference on Teaching Innovation at the University of Valladolid. After the inauguration, The round table was held:
'What opportunities and challenges does generative Artificial Intelligence pose for teaching and research in Higher Education??'
In this round table participated the professors of the Department of Computer Science of our School David Escudero exposing “What are we talking about when we talk about Generative Artificial Intelligence??”, Alejandra Martínez on the “Ethical implications of AI” and Alma Pisabarro presenting “AI as educational technology”.
On this day, with the assistance of 250 Registered (teachers, students and members of the administration and services staff of the UVa) and 70 Posters, were selected 10 Posters to be presented, two of which come from teaching innovation projects and teaching innovation groups of professors from the Department of Computer Engineering. Arturo González presented GAMUVa and Jorge Silvestre UVaAgile 5.0.