Mary Baldwin Keeps Up with Advancements in AI

Mary Baldwin has assessed the changing technology landscape and taken a clear stance on the prescient issues Artificial Intelligence systems present.

President Jeff Stein is proud to add his name to the list of global education leaders supporting the statement on Higher Education and Artificial Intelligence, which was adopted by the United Nations at the 18th annual UN Internet Governance Forum in Kyoto, Japan.

This statement, developed by Elon University through its Imagining the Internet Center, aims to “urge higher education institutions to accelerate their commitment to serve society’s best interests in the age of AI.”

Stein is a signatory to the statement, alongside Jonathan Alger (president, James Madison University), Nancy Cantor (chancellor and distinguished professor, Rutgers University-Newark), and more than 140 other leaders in global education and artificial intelligence (AI). 

Mary Baldwin is developing curricula and learning strategies with the rapid pace of technology in mind to make sure that MBU students are thoughtful, ethical users of new tools like generative AI.

For more information about higher education’s role  in the artificial intelligence revolution, visit Elon University’s page on the statement.