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Our speaker series aims to foster community conversations about our evolving digital realities. Thought leaders and Concordia faculty researchers have shared their knowledge on diverse topics from advances in digital education to critical insights about artificial intelligence.

What do you want to know about AI?

Ask us anything about AI is a Concordia digital strategy initiative in collaboration with the university’s Office of Research with the goal of fostering a community conversation about artificial intelligence.

The conversation about AI is fuelled by a large variety of questions that were crowd-sourced from the Concordia community. A curated series of questions was organized from the collection and sent to faculty researchers from various disciplines for their answers.

Four dynamic videos capture the faculty researchers’ thought-provoking ideas and responses to these questions.

What is artificial intelligence?

What are the impacts of artificial intelligence?

What are the dangers of artificial intelligence?

When will artificial intelligence become a sentient being?

Past series

2019-2020 speaker series

The Concordia President’s Speaker Series on Digital Futures kicked off on December 2, 2019 with an impressive lineup of thought leaders who shared their insights on our evolving digital reality.

The second edition of this speaker series took place over the winter 2019 and spring 2020 terms and brought together experts from the gaming, academic and public sectors.

The events took place at the Concordia University Conference Centre and were live-streamed at the Loyola Jesuit Hall and Conference Centre.

December 2, 2019

Beyond Gaming, Ubisoft Initiatives in Digital Education – Olivier Palmieri

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February 10, 2020

Digital Futures – Rajiv Jhangiani

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March 9, 2020

A Clear View of our Digital Future – Teresa Scassa

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2018-2019 podcasts

Digital Futures is a pair of episodes that consider technology in the future that were recorded as part of Thinking Out Loud, the university's conversation and podcast series. 

Part 1

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Part II

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