In this episode, I will be joined by Alex Kotran, founder of the AI Education Project, to discuss the importance of preparing students for the age of artificial intelligence. We dive into the startling reality that the vast majority of students in the US complete their K-12 education without any exposure to AI education, and the impact this can have on their future success. Tune in to learn how aiEDU is working to bridge this education gap and equip students to thrive in a world driven by AI and automation.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/myedtechlife/support
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Alex oversees strategy, partnerships, fundraising, and external relations for the AI Education Project. Prior to founding the AI Education Project, Alex built the AI Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility function for H5, Inc., a pioneering AI company in the legal services sector. At H5, Alex led strategic partnerships with organizations including the United Nations, NYU School of Law, the OECD, and IEEE to develop judicial education programs and high profile convenings. Prior to his time in the social impact and non-profit space, Alex managed brand and policy communications for companies including Oracle, Airbnb, Nissan, HP, Adobe, and SAP. He was a lead Field Organizer in Columbus, OH for the 2012 Obama Campaign and served as a Presidential Appointee under HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell, where he managed communications and community outreach for ACA Open Enrollment, two SCOTUS rulings, and the 2015 Ebola outbreak.