Aye-Yai-A.I! Fair Media Council Boot Camp To Offer Human Assistance

Fair Media Council Boot Camp to Address AI in the Communications Workspace

Content creators, storytellers, media reps! Human beings! Learn how AI is changing work and what to do about it. They’ll even give you a peek into the future:

Mostly, they aim to “provide you with everything you need to know now about AI literacy and how to put this knowledge to work for you…You’ll gain insights into accessible approaches for comprehending datasets, ensuring ethical use, mastering content creation, and, most importantly, learn how to coexist harmoniously with advancing AI technology in the coming years.’
Expect a relaxed atmosphere with multiple experts providing guidance and offering Q&A. All communication skill levels are welcome. This is your opportunity to discover best practices, learn from best use cases, and plan for the future!

Event Details

This event is sponsored by Northwell Health and St. Joseph’s University. Tickets must be purchased in advance so your name is on the list for the attendant to waive the parking fee. The event will be held:
When: April 12, 9am-12pm
Where: Jones Beach Energy & Nature Center, Wantagh, N.Y. (just show your ticket and you can park for free)
Speakers include:  • Jamie Cohen, Ph.D., Head of Education, Digital Void and Assistant Prof., Media Studies, Queens College  •   Savannah Thais, Associate Research Scientist, Data Science Institute, Columbia University  • More to be announced. Check back for updates!
Included in Your Ticket: A copy of FMC’s newly published, refreshingly low-tech “Screen Time Tracker Journal & Guide to Digital Wellness”
For More Info and to Register: Click here. (Please note: All ticket sales are final and non-refundable)

About the Fair Media Council

The Fair Media Council “bridges the gap between the news consumer and the news media.” They help us all better understand what good journalism means, and why it’s so important. They are huge advocates for the incredible importance of LOCAL news, and help us understand what’s happening in the media landscape and why it matters to us. Learn more here.

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