23 septembre 2018

How AI will shape the university of the future

Screenshot-2018-4-19 Techno-News BlogTechno-News Blog. From automating the scheduling process to streamlining the admissions process, AI has great potential in higher ed. In light of the fact that only 59 percent of students who begin pursuing a four-year degree at a higher-ed institution graduate within six years, many in the industry are seeking innovative ways to improve student outcomes. More...

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The Promise (and Pitfalls) of AI for Education

Screenshot-2018-4-19 Techno-News BlogTechno-News Blog. Artificial intelligence could have a profound impact on learning, but it also raises key questions. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are no longer fantastical prospects seen only in science fiction. More...

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Bots, chatbots, robots, AI!

Screenshot-2018-4-19 Techno-News BlogTechno-News Blog. Here’s why knowing the difference could set your company apart.  Bots, chatbots, robots, and AI are some of the most buzzed words in the industry right now, but even insiders are sometimes unclear on their differences. We get to the bottom of some common myths around new technologies. More...

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Artificial intelligence gaining ground as college teaching tool

Screenshot-2018-4-19 Techno-News BlogTechno-News Blog. Use of artificial intelligence has become more common in the college classroom, and advocates say it can help with everything from improved writing skills to understanding DNA theory, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education. Critics charge, however, that AI may be used to gloss over structural problems in higher education and result in formulaic teaching and potential threats to privacy. More...

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En 2025, les robots travailleront plus que les humains

Screenshot-2018-4-18 Toute l'actualité de l'éducation bac, études, emploi - Page n°4 - Orientation EducationLa révolution numérique ne s’arrête pas. « D’ici 2025, plus de la moitié de toutes les tâches actuelles réalisées sur le lieu de travail seront effectuées par des machines, contre 25 % aujourd’hui », annoncent des chercheurs du Forum économique mondial, dans un rapport publié lundi 17 septembre. Cette enquête a été réalisée auprès d’entreprises de 20 pays et 12 secteurs d’activité. Plus...

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12 septembre 2018

Enterprise IA Roadmap

Enterprise IA Roadmap
While not a complete picture, this diagram (available via link as a PDF from this page) is nonetheless a useful guide to undersatanding the dimensions of enterprise information architecture. Where the author uses the term 'klog' you can replace it with the original term 'weblog' or 'blog'. More...

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06 septembre 2018

How artificial intelligence could help teachers do a better job

How artificial intelligence could help teachers do a better job
Jill Barshay, The Hechinger Report, 2018/08/02
I can't imagine there are too many teachers who would welcome the opportunity to be corrected by an artificial intelligence. Yet we move one step closer with "a computer model that came close to an expert educator’s ability to discern when a teacher was asking students an 'authentic' question." The model doesn't tell you what makes a question authentic - that would take the human evaluators who trained the model. More...

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Intelligence and Its Artifacts

Intelligence and Its Artifacts
In your thought piece for the day, Steve Talbott raises the question of what happens when we lose touch with the "originating intelligence" in electronic communications. The mind creates ideas, the ideas are translated into words, and these - tokens of our thoughts, not the throughts themselves - are sent into the ether. More...

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03 septembre 2018

Using Multiple Intelligence Theory in the Virtual Classroom

Using Multiple Intelligence Theory in the Virtual Classroom
Given a list of Gardner's multiple intelligences (MI) that describe various learning styles, and given a fairly common sense understanding of the range and capacities of various learning technologies, it is fairly straightforward to construct the list in this article, matching technologies to intelligences. More...

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27 août 2018

New masters to boost machine intelligence talent pool

By Esther Nakkazi. A new African masters in machine intelligence funded by Google and Facebook seeks to create a community of machine intelligence (MI) practitioners in Africa to reduce the technology gap, build Africa’s economies and ultimately promote better governance. More...

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