Seminar in Emerging Media and Technology
Society is driven, in part, by digital technology. The skills and techniques used in these fast-paced digital systems requires nimble and up-to-date skill sets. To prepare our students for an ever-changing world, the School of Emerging Media and Technology offers a seminar course with a rotating list of timely topics including but not limited to mobile applications, content management systems, data visualizations, and cutting edge development frameworks.
Students at both the undergraduate and graduate level are permitted to take Seminar in Emerging Media and Technology (EMAT 4/59991). Undergraduate students are required to have completed either EMAT 15310, CS 13001, EMAT 13012, or IT 11002, while graduate students have no prerequisite requirements. Interested students should speak with their academic advisor to discuss the course and how it would fit in their degree program.
Upcoming Seminar Topics
Spring 2024 - Ethics and Emerging Technologies: AI, Privacy and Bias
Bias in AI systems has real-world impacts and perpetuates existing inequalities and injustices. Ensuring privacy protects individuals’ rights and freedoms and is essential for building trust in AI systems.
In Ethics and Emerging Technologies: AI, Privacy and Bias, you will challenge yourself to make ethical decisions that are essential to the design and development of technologies that will change the world. Join us!
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