AI in Society: Ethical and Social Implications

About this Course

This course explores the profound impact of artificial intelligence on society, focusing on the ethical and social implications of emerging technologies. Over the span of five weeks, students will engage with critical topics such as privacy, surveillance, bias, fairness, employment, regulation, and ethical guidelines. Through lectures, discussions, and case studies, participants will learn to assess and address the multifaceted ethical challenges posed by AI in a variety of contexts. The course aims to equip students with the knowledge and tools necessary to advocate for and implement responsible AI practices in their future careers.

This class is part of a 3-course Certificate in AI.  Class can be taken individually or as part of the certificate.

Required courses for students seeing the Certificate:

  • Introduction to Generative AI
  • AI in Society: Ethical and Social Implications
  • Generative AI for Business and Creative Professionals


Classes will be live remote online (LRON) and also have independent online assignments.

Course Details

Continuing Ed / Non-Credit
Tuition: $295
Subject: CST 0117

Sections Offered

Section: 1 CRN: 80781
Type: Hybrid
Instructor: Christopher Bryant
No. of Sessions: 5
10/15/2024 - 11/12/2024
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm