10 mars 2019

Conférence intelligence artificielle et orientation : les échanges en podcasts

Logo Agence Erasmus+ France Education FormationLors de sa conférence annuelle organisée le 11 octobre 2018, en partenariat avec le réseau Euroguidance et la Commission Nationale des Certifications Professionnelles (CNCP), le centre national Europass s'est penché sur le lien entre orientation et intelligence artificielle (IA). Plus...

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Council of Europe Secretary General, Finnish Foreign Minister and French Justice Minister to open Helsinki AI Conference

Conseil de l'EuropeCouncil of Europe's Secretary General, Thorbjørn Jagland, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Finland Timo Soini and the Minister of Justice of France Nicole Belloubet will open the High-Level Conference: “Governing the Game Changer – Impacts of artificial intelligence development on human rights, democracy and the rule of law”, held in Helsinki on 26-27 February 2019. More...

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Artificial Intelligence: Helsinki conference conclusions

Conseil de l'EuropeThe key message of the Helsinki conference on the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) development on human rights is that more research, understanding, trust and transparency are needed with regard to AI, as well as multi-stakeholder cooperation. More...

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Helsinki Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Conseil de l'EuropeA two-day High-Level Conference “Governing the Game Changer – Impacts of artificial intelligence development on human rights, democracy and the rule of law” opened in Helsinki today. More...

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05 mars 2019

The answer to better campus wi-fi: Artificial intelligence

eCampus NewsOnce a futuristic concept, artificial intelligence (AI) is starting to make its mark in the world, whether it’s helping diagnose diseases, automate manufacturing, personalize retail interactions, or assist a smartphone user in navigating city traffic. More...

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04 mars 2019

Are university campuses turning into mini smart cities?

The GuardianUniversities are experimenting with AI and big data to improve how students live and learn on campus. More...

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02 mars 2019

Who Controls Confucius Institutes?

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. Two new government reports look at questions of Chinese government control over Confucius Institutes hosted by U.S. campuses. More...

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‘Scientists Under Surveillance’

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. During the McCarthy era, the Federal Bureau of Investigation spent a lot of time and money investigating prominent scientists, viewing them as potentially sympathetic to or spies for the Soviet Union -- despite a lack of evidence in most cases other than views that might not have been completely consistent with those of FBI leaders. Albert Einstein, Richard Feynman and Alfred Kinsey are just some of those monitored. More...

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27 février 2019

Ai in Learning Thought Paper

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Ai in Learning Thought Paper
Marek Hyla, SlideShare, 2018/12/16
On slide 16 of this 30 slide deck Marek Hyla asks the key question, "How will AI be placed in learning?" His answer: "AI has the potential to make learning accessible to more people," he writes. More...

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