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Limitless Energy and Sustainable Weight Loss With Plant Nutrition and Naturopathy
with Alanna Jordan
Note: This class will be recorded.
You will leave this short masterclass with the 5 top things you could be doing to have more energy and sustainably release weight using plant nutrition.
October 17, 2023
9 am - 10:30 am
Alanna is a naturopath specializing in plant nutrition, phytotherapy, Bach flower elixirs, and massage. She studied naturopathy at ENA MNC in France and is a certified raw vegan coach. She has been plant-based for 32 years.
Solar Photovoltaic Presentation
with John Daly
This is an introduction to residential solar energy.
Location: Education Center, room 110
John is a retired High School and Community College teacher.
We are AI: Taking Control of Technology Learning Circle
with Michelle Navarre & Chip Cleary
Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) refers to a growing world of sophisticated computer programs that “learn” from data in order to make decisions. Many of these AI systems are invisible to the public, yet the results of the decisions they make (or help humans make) have a huge impact on modern life.
"For many of us, AI primarily impacts the way we do things online: it controls whose updates we read on Facebook, which products we select on Amazon, and which movies we watch on Netflix. However, AI is increasingly being used to make decisions in more serious areas of life like hiring (E.g., deciding whose resume gets reviewed by a human and whose gets skipped), education (E.g., assigning grades based on past performance), and even law enforcement (E.g., helping a judge decide who gets bail).
Because of how important AI is in our lives, we should understand how it works so that we can control it together! The goal of this 5-week learning circle course is to introduce the basics of AI, discuss some of the social and ethical dimensions of the use of AI in modern life, and empower individuals to engage with how AI is used and governed." This learning circle was developed by the Center for Responsible AI (R/AI) at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering, Peer 2 Peer University (P2PU), and the Queens Public Library (QPL).
Tuesdays, January 16, 23, 30, February 6, 20
Michelle and Chip are a retired couple living in New Vineyard. Before retiring, Michelle was a professor and academic administrator who focused on transforming higher education institutions to better serve adult learners. She has worked with Peer-to-Peer University to develop credit-bearing learning circles for those considering a return to higher education. After earning an MBA and a Ph.D. in Computer Science, Chip combined technology with learning sciences to build training and development systems.