Instructor: Philip Golabuk
Format: one hour-long individual phone class per week, email support
Enrollment period: four consecutive weeks
Requirements: phone and email service
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|Machine Learning provides a four-week individual study forum for exploring various philosophical assumptions and implications of the current approach to artificial intelligence (A.I.) technology along with its potential risks and related topics.
Some of these topics may include the black box problem, hallucination, emergent phenomena, the potential application of personal boundaries to aritificial intelligence, ethical considerations, and whether or not machine learning is a "road with no turns," and if so, what we may be able to do about it if anything to safeguard society, humanity, and the world.
The enrollment period shall be four consecutive weeks starting with the first class.
Those who enroll in this study offering must confirm proposed scheduling within 48 hours of enrolling, or we may cancel the enrollment and issue a refund per our stated policy. (See our Policies for complete details.) Scheduling is not considered complete until it is confirmed by PhilosophyCenter. Note that classes cannot be scheduled prior to online enrollment.
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|Philip Golabuk is an internationally acclaimed author and educator. After completing his undergraduate and graduate degrees in philosophy at the University of Florida with special studies in existentialism, theory of knowledge, and phenomenology, he taught philosophy at the college level and as part of a community outreach program to inmates in jail and prison. He has written several books in applied philosophy that were published in the U.S. and overseas in translation by national and international publishers including Harper & Row and reviewed in The Washington Post and Harper's Magazine. He founded PhilosophyCenter in 1993, subsequently developing numerous courses in practical philosophy as well as unique philosophical facilitating, counseling, and coaching models and methods. Philip is a member of the National Philosophical Counseling Association.|
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