Thu, 26 Oct|
Learning Lab, RRS321, 3/F, Run Run Shaw
Incorporating GenAI into Higher Education Teaching and Learning: Emerging Ethical Considerations
As generative tools become more widely accessible, teachers and students must consider how to use them in a way that prepares students for the future workforce while still achieving learning goals and ethical considerations. Brian Tang will present the use of GenAI into LITE Lab at HKU Law.
When & Where
26 Oct, 13:00 – 14:00 GMT+8
Learning Lab, RRS321, 3/F, Run Run Shaw , Run Run Shaw Building, Pok Fu Lam Rd, Lung Fu Shan, Hong Kong
This seminar is part of the 5th HKU Teaching & Learning Festival 2023.
About the Speaker
Brian W. Tang is the founding executive director of LITE Lab@HKU, a multi-awarded programme fostering law, innovation, technology and entrepreneurship at the University of Hong Kong. He is a frequent international speaker on law and innovation, AI governance, and future skills. Brian is also co-chair of the Fintech Association of Hong Kong's RegTech Committee and founder of ACMI and Young Makers & ChangeMakers. He has organized Hong Kong's first legaltech and regtech hackathons and has been a mentor and judge for various events. Brian has spent nearly 20 years at global investment bank Credit Suisse in Hong Kong and at law firms in New York, California, and Perth, Australia. Follow him on LinkedIn.
LITE Lab@HKU is supported by HKU Fintech and Reg/Tech Lab. Follow LITE Lab on LinkedIn: LITE Lab - LinkedIn.