CIDDl & Artificial Intelligence

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We believe that AI has the potential to make a real difference in the lives of students with disabilities. We are committed to developing and using AI tools in a way that is ethical, accessible, and equitable. We believe that AI can be a powerful tool, and we are excited to work with others to ensure the appropriate use of these tools is supported throughout the field. Check out CIDDL's available resources on AI.

Blog Series

CIDDL's latest information around Artificial Intelligence focuses on growth and adaptation as we move into the new semester.


CIDDL is developing a workgroup to support guidance on Artificial Intelligence (AI).