Local experts explore artificial intelligence and education at Rickert Allen memorial lecture

A cadre of distinguished speakers led virtual presentations around the theme 'Navigating Artificial Intelligence and Education: Exploring Issues of Impact, Ethics, Access and Security' at the third annual Rickert Allen Memorial Lecture hosted by the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) and the NCB Group on April 26. The lecture series honours the late Rickert Allen, a former senior executive at both institutions, and annually presents a scholarship in his name for a deserving student to the UCC. Here after their presentations are (from left) Professor Haldane Davies, president, UCC; Rachel McDonald, educator & education consultant; Matthew Stone, founder, Jamaica Artificial Intelligence Association; Nadine Matthews-Blair, VP group marketing, analytics & digital & CEO, NCB Foundation; Trevor Forrest, tech evangelist & CEO, 876 Technology Solutions; Godiva Golding, CEO & founder, STEAM House Network; Nicole Brown, senior AVP, enterprise information management, NCB; Trevor Chung, AVP digital & user experience, NCB; and Kevin Powell, principal, Jamaica Stock Exchange eCampus.

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