| #AIforEd Joint Welcome Address Dr. Thomas Bailey, President, Teachers College Borhene Chakroun, UNESCO Stavros Yiannouka, CEO, WISE With the arrival of artificial intelligence in primary and secondary education classrooms, researchers are advising caution before welcoming AI without rigorous research. The conference will examine the current state of AI learning and the teaching of AI skills for students. It also will separate the myths from the realities of AI and envision an inclusive future for AI in education.
How can we use machine learning and predictive analytics in the classroom? Simon Harper from Killara High School, NSW shares the journey his school has undertaken in AI to set students up for success in the future.
New technologies from artificial intelligence and virtual reality to massive open online courses are beginning to disrupt existing models of learning. These technologies could help to meet rising demands for education around emerging Asia. From the rise of new global educational providers to the development of “micro” degrees and new VR tools for online learning, these technologies will also have profound implications for the way in which Higher Education policies are developed across Asia – both in developed economies like Singapore seeking to re-equip their workforce for a new era of globalisation and emerging nations attempting rapidly to increase the scale and quality of their education systems. Find out key highlights shared by the speakers on their views of the death of traditional classrooms. The panelist consists of: ## Mr Johannes Heinlein, Vice President, EdX ## Mr Adrian Lim, Director (Digital Participation & Foresight, Digital Readiness Cluster), Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA) ## Dr Suzaina Kadir, Associate Dean (Admissions, Partnerships and Programmes), Deputy Director (Academic Affairs) and Senior Lecturer, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and is moderated by: ## Mr James Crabtree, Senior Visiting Fellow, the Centre on Asia and Globalisation, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy ================================================ Visit us Website: Follow us on Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: LinkedIn University Page:
Imagine a teacher that can deliver completely personalized lessons to an entire classroom of students. Simultaneously. That’s one vision for the use of artificial intelligence systems in education. But it’s not all there yet, and potentially represents a long list of trade-offs as well. In this video we’ll look at the state of AI technologies in education and explore some of the opportunities and challenges it represents. You can read more about Entefy’s analysis of AI in education on the Insights section of our blog at Subscribe to Entefy’s YouTube channel for more videos! Follow Entefy on your favorite platform: ABOUT ENTEFY Entefy is building the first universal communicator—a smart platform that uses artificial intelligence to help you seamlessly interact with the people, services, and smart things in your life—all from a single application that runs beautifully on all your favorite devices. Our core technology combines digital communication with advanced computer vision and natural language processing to create a lightning fast and secure digital experience for people everywhere.