A virtual presentation on leveraging generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools and techniques in teaching, research and administration will be hosted by Brock University next week.
Organized by Brock’s Faculty of Mathematics and Science, the discussion will be led by Professor Sandile Motsa, Dean of the Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Eswatini in southern Africa. As an applied mathematician, Motsa’s current research explores the potential of AI tools and large language models for mathematical modelling and numerical analysis research.
Highlights of Motsa’s talk will include using AI assistants to support course delivery, automate research tasks and streamline administrative workflows. The discussion will reflect on how the integration of AI solutions within resource-constrained educational environments has augmented productivity and met rising performance expectations.
All members of the Brock community are invited to attend the free event on Wednesday, Aug. 23 from 1 to 2 p.m. Space is limited to the first 100 attendees who join the Microsoft Teams meeting.