This course is designed to help viewers understand the foundations of generative AI, distinguish between risks and benefits of this emergent technology, and be better equipped to identify opportunities and determine policy around AI into the future.
Throughout the course, students will delve into a range of critical topics, analyzing real-world case studies and engaging in thought-provoking discussions. They will explore both the ethical implications and practical applications of AI, enabling them to make informed decisions and contribute to responsible AI development.
NOTE: This course does NOT meet Washington State Ethics Requirements.
- Technology threats
- Opportunities for development
- Vulnerabilities and risk mitigation
- Learning opportunities
- Evaluate existing and emerging legal and regulatory frameworks for AI, and their implications for ethical development and deployment.
- Analyze the vulnerabilities and risks associated with AI, such as adversarial attacks, data poisoning, and AI-driven disinformation.
- Apply effective strategies for mitigating risks and ensuring ethical AI practices.
- Discuss the ethical challenges posed by AI technologies and the need for responsible development.
This course is not applicable to the Season Ticket or Coupon.
- Ace Callwood, Virginia Society of CPAs
- David Vogeleer, Virginia Society of CPAs
- Jaime Jones Miller, Virginia Society of CPAs
Non-Member Price $70.00
Member Price $50.00