Global Learning Case Competition

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2024 Question


What is one innovative way that artificial intelligence (AI) can be used for positive social change in your discipline(s) or communities?


Is the target community/audience clear? /5

Does the solution address some of the challenges and biases that are inherent within existing artificial intelligence (AI) tools? /5

Does the solution consider how it impacts folks often underrepresented in technological innovations, including, but not limited to Black, Indigenous, low-income and people with disabilities? /5

Is the solution creative and innovative? /5

Is the solution implementable? /5

2023 Winning Teams

2nd Place

Team 22


1st Place

Team 10

The NextGen Blueprint

3rd Place

Team 30

Pathways Academy and IncluSips

People’s Choice Winner

Team 23


2023 Winning Solution: The NextGen Blueprint

2024 Schedule

9:30AM EST Welcome and Opening Remarks by Mahvish Wesley, Director, Learning and Safety Abroad, Centre for International Experience, University of Toronto 
9:45AM ESTSchedule Overview and Program Introduction
10:00AM ESTKeynote Address by Dr. Ayorkor Korsah, Senior Lecturer, Computer Science and Robotics, Ashesi University
11:00AM ESTIdeation with Empathy, Kayla Sousa, Programs Lead, ICUBE, University of Toronto Mississauga
11:30AM ESTWorking in Teams, Yaseen Ali, Learning Strategist, Academic Success, University of Toronto
12PM ESTQuestion Announcement, Team Breakout & Begin Solution Work 
9AM – 5PM ESTStructured Check-ins with GLCC Advisors 
Ongoing Solution Work in Teams
10AM EST      Solution Presentations Submission (max. 5 mins each) 
11:30AM – 12:30PM ESTIdentifying and Communicating Transferable Skills for a Job Search, Saddiya Rose, Career Education and Exploration, University of St. George
4PM ESTWinners Announced!