OEB 2018 will investigate one of the hottest topics in learning today: artificial intelligence.
A panel of experts will present their views on artificial intelligence in learning and take questions from the conference: Gunay Kazimzade, TU Berlin, Germany; Marie Lou Papazian, TUMO Center for Creative Technologies, Armenia; Wayne Holmes, Center for Curriculum Redesign, UK; and Claus Biermann, Area9 Lyceum, Denmark.
What is hype and what is the reality of artificial intelligence (AI) in digital learning? Furthermore, what is the state of play? One contention is that AI can be used to enhance learning, augmenting human intelligence to help us learn better and faster.
Another claim is that by taking advantage of the technological revolution, children will be able to find their own individual ways of learning and generating creativity; the victim is rote memorisation.
A third view, perhaps a bit more conservative, seeks a learning model that combines online educational content with immersive, real-world teaching, while simultaneously creating an intelligent AI-based learning tool that will help students achieve their potential.
Rebecca Stromeyer, conference chair, explains: “Artificial intelligence will provide a fundamental shift in workplace learning, with implications for all. We’ve assembled a panel of experts to help the conference to get to grips with the issues and it is just one of a number of sessions at this year’s event on using data in learning.”
‘Approaches to the Use of AI in Learning’ takes place at OEB 2018 in Berlin on Thursday December 6 at 11:45.
The full OEB conference programme along with registration and all the information delegates need to plan their time at the event is available on the OEB website. OEB 2018 takes place in Berlin from 5-7 December.
Learning Technologies Germany will form part of OEB 2018, providing an additional focus for the conference on employment, skills and workplace learning.
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