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Artificial Intelligence in Social Work: Exploring Key Ethical Considerations
To earn 1.5 Ethics CEs, the fee is $25.00 for NASW members and $35.00 for non-members.
Today, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a trending topic that’s captivated the media and ignited our imaginations about the possibilities that lie ahead. The imminent integration of AI into the social work profession stirs mixed emotions as we consider how computer algorithms could influence, inform, and facilitate social work administration, management, education, research, and service delivery. Some eagerly await AI’s entrée with expectation and hope, while others harbor deep concern about the ethical dilemmas that it raises for the social work profession.
As we gather at the table to discuss the implications of AI in social work, we invite you to join Dr. Frederic Reamer and Dr. Jamie Sundvall as they discuss real time AI developments in social work and shed light on potential ethical challenges that it presents. This moderated discussion will stimulate thought and dialogue and lay the foundation for the development of ethical guidelines and responsible practice. Pull up a chair and be a part of this dynamic discussion. Secure a spot at the table today and earn 1.5 ethics CEs.
1. Critically examine the potential impact of AI on the social work profession, considering benefits and risks. 2. Explore the ethical dimensions of AI in social work including implications for the exercise of foundational ethical values, NASW Code of Ethics standards, and ethical imperatives. 3. Identify opportunities for social workers to contribute to the development of necessary safeguards and guardrails needed to ensure that AI is utilized ethically and responsibly.
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