The challenges for mathematics education in the emerging Brave New World
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the world's most discussed technology trends and is forecast to increase global GDP by $15.7 trillion by 2030.
What mathematics education should be in the era of AI?
Very soon systems like ChatGPT will be able to solve any problem and pass any exam in the mainstream school and early undergraduate mathematics (Algebra, Precalculus, Calculus). This will put a lot of challenges for the existing system of mathematics education.
What kind of mathematics should be taught to:
(a) the future developers, controllers, masters of AI?
(b) the general public, the users (and perhaps victims) of AI?
Invited speakers - worldwide recognized experts in the areas of education policy, mathematical education, computer science education (as well as their merge), philosophy of education and philosophy of mathematical practice, socio-political analysis of education systems, ethics in using mathematics – will try to give answers to those and similar questions.
Cesare G. Ardito
University of Manchester
Honorary Research Fellow, University of Roehampton
University of Cambridge
Bogazici University, Istanbul
University of Hertfordshire
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Istinye University Istanbul
African Science Leadership Programme
University of Belgrade
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Saint Mary's University
CNRS & University of Montepellier
St. Petersburg State University