Teaching Artificial Intelligence (AI) with AI for AI applications

Authors

  • Keith Brawner US Army
  • Ning Wang Institute for Creative Technologies, University of Southern California https://orcid.org/0009-0004-7037-9260
  • Ben Nye Institute for Creative Technologies, University of Southern California

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32473/flairs.36.133388

Abstract

The emergence of widely-used artificial intelligence (AI) has created a critical need for AI expertise, not just as a research area but for workers in the wide variety of careers and roles that AI disrupts.  While AI is still an area of research for new processing, application, and development – it continues to partially automate, augment, or replace many of the tasks which are performed through active use of human hands.  While recently publicized items such as ChatGPT and MidJourney have made press in their adjustment to writing and image generation technology, the basic workflow of copyeditors and digital artists was completely transformed, inside of the year, to a combination of partially automated or fully automated AI tasks.  While some blame AI as part of the “problem”, it is naturally part of the “solution” – AI tools to help workers develop AI competencies.  The paper describes an array of strategies which the DoD and its ICT UARC are using to address the fundamental problem of quickly upskilling the DoD workforce of over 2 million adult learners.

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Published

08-05-2023

How to Cite

Brawner, K., Wang, N., & Nye, B. (2023). Teaching Artificial Intelligence (AI) with AI for AI applications. The International FLAIRS Conference Proceedings, 36(1). https://doi.org/10.32473/flairs.36.133388

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Section

Special Track: Artificial Intelligence in Games, Serious Games, and Multimedia