Wrap-up Event: Wether We Welcome It or Not, ChatGPT is in the classroom

  • Location

    SKIP room

    6 Av des Hauts-Fournreaux

    4362, Belval, Luxembourg

  • Type(s)
    Cultural and social events, In-person event

In the digital realm, ChatGPT has emerged as the student’s go-to assistant. But here lies a dilemma for educators: the line between assistance and over-reliance. As we navigate this new frontier, it’s imperative for educators to craft engaging learning experiences while maintaining the sanctity of academic integrity. The challenge? Ensuring the digital aide doesn’t overshadow the essence of genuine learning.

It is time for educators, the orchestrators of learning, to treat ChatGPT as a sup- plementary tool, not the main act. It’s crucial to create avenues for students to share just how much they’ve leaned on this digital aid.


13:30 – 14:00 Registration and Welcome coffee

14:00 – 14:15 Opening Remarks by Sana Nouzri, Postdoc researcher at University of Luxembourg

14:15 – 15:15 Keynote Speech “The Future of AI in Education and the role of ChatGPT” by Alfredo Capozucca, Research scientist at University of Luxembourg

15:15 – 15:30 Coffee break

15:30-16:30 Panel discussion “Balancing Human Instruction and AI Assistance in the Classroom”, moderated by Jihad Zahir, University of Cadi Ayyad, Morocco. Panelists include: Sana Nouzri, Alfredo Capozucca, Daniela Hau, Head of the Innovation Department of the SCRIPT, Ministry of Education in Luxembourg and Thomas Benz, PhD, ICT Training Project Coordinator, Competence center

16:30-17:00 Results showcase “ChatGPT as a Homework Helper: Boon or Bane?” by Sana Nouzri and Jihad Zahir

17:00-18:00 Exhibitions: ChatGPT powered Robot/Digital face by Vares Parsa, Master student in HPC at the University of Luxembourg and Lysalysuk Filip, Bachelor student in Computer Science at the University of Luxembourg

18:00-18:15 Closing remarks and Feedback collection

Please register before 28 February

Organized by AI RoboLab and funded by the FNR: