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Project Kick-Off: Applying AI to the Student Debt Crisis

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April 23, 2020 11am-12pm U.S. Mountain Standard Time

The Applying AI to the Student Debt Crisis project brings together ShapingEDU community members, data scientists and data engineers from around the world, using the Omdena platform, to build an artificial intelligence solution to better understand -- and potentially recommend solutions to -- the student debt crisis. Omdena’s Collaborative AI approach to solving problems pairs organizations to diverse teams of AI engineers. The ShapingEDU community will work together with collaborators to refine the problem statement, collect the data, and build ethical and adoptable AI solutions in a faster and more efficient manner.

Draft Problem Statement:  How can we better understand student debt to inform policy makers, educators, students and other decision-makers?

Join ASU ShapingEDU Innovator in Residence Nancy Rubin and the Omdena team for this ShapingEDU LIVE event to kick-off the project and discuss what it means to collaboratively use AI to make value-led progress.

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Nancy Rubin

Dr. Nancy Rubin is a recognized expert in online learning, higher education and instructional and curriculum design. Dr. Rubin is the Dean of Continuing and Distance Education  at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota and also leads a consulting firm that helps institutions customize and implement online learning programs. Prior to working at Northwestern Health Sciences, Dr. Rubin led the University of Northern Colorado Extended Campuses and Online Learning at Columbia University. Dr. Rubin holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Studies from Florida Atlantic University, an MS in Information Systems from Marist College and a BS in Marketing from Syracuse University.