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Megan Clancy ’07

Last month, I sat down (virtually) with CC’s VP and Chief Information Officer, Khaleel Gathers, to discuss what AI looks like now and what the future of AI at CC might be.

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Megan Clancy ’07

Lilly Chen ’19 isn’t just talking about AI or typing questions into ChatGPT. She is the CEO and Founder of Contenda, a technical content marketing startup.

Alumni Essay

Jonathan Mattes-Ritz ’04

I plugged the CC & AI essay prompt into ChatGPT. The first response was incomplete. This was AI’s second attempt.

“Artificial Intelligence: Shaping the Future of Colorado College and Beyond”

As we stand at the cusp of a technological revolution, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has emerged as a transformative force, reshaping the fabric of society, including the realms of education and daily life at Colorado College. Its current state and future potential are both awe-inspiring and challenging, warranting a thoughtful examination of its implications.

AI has evolved remarkably in recent years, unlocking capabilities that were once the realm of science fiction.

Work of the College Series:
Artificial Intelligence Panel

Although AI is not a new technology, the numerous ways that it has come to bear on higher education in just the past six months brings with it the opportunity to assess where we are and where we might be going. Please join us for a dynamic discussion and Q&A with Khaleel Gathers, Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Patrick Mundt, Lead Research Services Librarian, Chris Schact, Director of the Ruth Barton Writing Center, and Ryan Bañagale, Associate Professor and Director of the Crown Center for Teaching. 

You’re invited to attend this Zoom webinar. REGISTER HERE!

The Work of the College Series is a year-long program of events with four goals: (1) clarify organizational structures and decision-making processes; (2) offer campus constituencies the opportunity to dialogue with leadership about campus affairs; (3) increase decision-making transparency in hopes of building trust; and (4) build community.