Shout out for Campion College in editorial on AI
Campion College received a shout out in Monday's edition of The Australian in an editorial on the challenges presented by artificial intelligence:
In the face of another technological revolution, the World Economic Forum is looking to tradition for answers. In a 2016 paper about the “fourth industrial revolution’’, including AI, the Forum argued that rather than technological expertise, the skills most valued in future workplaces would be those fostered by liberal arts education, which teaches students with an emphasis on Western tradition, philosophy, literature, languages and the great books. That approach, proponents such as Campion College, Australia’s first liberal arts college, argue, fosters critical thinking, good judgment and decision-making. In the emerging world of AI, curriculum quality and rigour will matter more than ever.