Registration - UCONN Adult Learning Program
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** Cancelled course: FSS-07 From Author's Words to Directors Views ** New Course FS-14 added about AI - See "Registration" for ALL changes



To register for ALP classes, first determine which classes you want to attend from either the ALP Calendar or the ALP Horn. You can then register for the classes in one of two ways:
  1. ONLINE REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT: Click HERE to access our user-friendly electronic Registration Form. Then follow the directions to register for your classes and charge your Master Card or Visa credit card to pay your dues. NOTE: You do not need to create a user account and normal security precautions are in-force like those used by other organizations offering on-line use of credit cards for payment.

  2. MAIL-IN REGISTRATION WITH A CHECK: Click HERE to access the traditional Registration form. Alternatively, you may use the form contained in the ALP Horn. Then follow the instructions on the form to identify your selected courses and mail the completed form with your check to the address shown on the form.

Fall Social - Tuesday, October 17, 2023.
To register for one of ALP's social events, click HERE.

FS-03 Movie Buffs
... Now to be on: Oct 11, Nov 1 & Dec 13
FS-05 Brahms Requiem
... Now on: Oct 27 & Nov 10

AI Ethics Challenges at the Forefront of Today’s Headlines
Wendell Wallach, Director, AI and Equality Initiative, CCEIA
Thurs 10:00am - 12pm Seabury
Oct 26 & Nov 2
(No registration necessary - open to all!)

Course Description:
ChatGPT and other forms of generative artificial intelligence, deepfakes, the use of facial recognition software, the deployment of lethal autonomous weapons, and other AI applications have given raise to constant headlines and debate. Do the benefits of AI truly outweigh the risks? Which AI applications should be embraced and which should be regulated or banned? The first session will provide foundations for understanding what AI is and what principles direct AI Ethics. The second session will address today’s headlines.