AI and Humanities: Possibilities and Challenges

  • Understanding the dynamics of the interaction between humans and AI
  • Grasping the importance of AI that prioritizes human values and well-being
  • Examining the potential of interdisciplinary methodologies and research at the intersection of AI and the Humanities
  • Exploring the potential applications of AI in the realm of academic research
Course Fee : ₹1500.00/-


Course Curriculum

  • Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • Ethical Aspects of AI
  • Socially Responsible AI
  • Education in the Age of AI
  • AI and Academic Research
  • Humanities Research for Digital Future
  • Human Centered AI
  • New research possibilities

About the course

This program 'AI and Humanities : Possibilities and Challenges' investigates the profound impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on human life. With a focus on the role of humanities scholars, it aims to understand and influence the ethical and social dimensions of AI. This course facilitates a human-centered approach to AI development, emphasizing the need to bridge the gap between AI and humanities. Participants will gain insights into the interplay between AI and human society, analyze algorithmic limitations, and explore interdisciplinary avenues for AI and humanities. Those who complete the course will receive an E-certificate , and class recordings can be accessed for another six months on Manorama Horizon.


M.A/M.Phil/PhD (completed or pursuing) in any Humanities discipline

System Requirement

Seamlessly connect to our world of knowledge with a stable Internet connection

Class Timings

Date : 27th January 2024 - 29th January 2024
[3 Days]

Time : 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM IST

Resource Person

Dr. Gayathri G.R

She is an Assistant Professor of English in the Department of Computational Science and Humanities, IIIT Kottayam. She holds a PhD from the Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology and MA (English) from Central University of Hyderabad. Her doctoral research addresses the nuances of representation of Psychosocial Disabilities in Malayalam Cinema. Her areas of interest include critical disability studies, Digital Humanities, culture, media and gender studies.

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