16 septembre 2019

Artificial intelligence: Expert committee to explore the development of a legal framework

Conseil de l'EuropeThe Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe representing its 47 members states has decided to set up an intergovernmental committee of experts to examine the feasibility of a legal framework for the development, design and application of artificial intelligence. More...

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Des robots formidables pour faciliter les interactions et l'engagement

logoLes personnes en situation de handicap peuvent bénéficier d’aides humaines, d’aménagement de leur environnement ou de leur véhicule, mais aussi de solutions techniques. Ces aides, souvent coûteuses, peuvent prendre des formes très diverses. Plus...

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Peut-on apprendre avec un robot ou une AI ?

logoPeut-être vous souvenez-vous du film les Sous-doués ? Parmi les innombrables gags du film, un passage fait l'usage d'une machine à apprendre. L'idée qu'une machine puisse enseigner n'est donc pas nouvelle et avec le développement des robots et des intelligences artificielles cela représente-t-il le futur des apprentissages. Plus...

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Tout savoir sur la facilitation de l’intelligence collective

logoNous pouvons tous développer nos talents de facilitateurs en intelligence collective, il s’agit avant tout d’une posture. Une idée clé de la facilitation est de connecter les gens au sens de la rencontre. En quelque sorte, pour Human Concept, il s’agirait de s’appuyer sur les 5 pieds de l’intelligence collective. Plus...

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15 septembre 2019

Chapter 8.7c Artificial intelligence

http://www.tonybates.ca/wp-content/uploads/asssociates.jpgBy . Artificial intelligence (AI) is a daunting topic as there are so many issues with respect to its use in education. AI is also currently going through yet another period of extreme hype as a panacea for education, currently being at the top of the peak of inflated expectations, but this hype is driven mainly by successful applications outside the field of education, such as in finance and marketing. More...

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The IQ test wars: why screening for intelligence is still so controversial

The ConversationThese are questions from online Intelligence Quotient or IQ tests. Tests that purport to measure your intelligence can be verbal, meaning written, or non-verbal, focusing on abstract reasoning independent of reading and writing skills. First created more than a century ago, the tests are still widely used today to measure an individual’s mental agility and ability. More...

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The digital human: the cyber version of humanity’s quest for immortality

The ConversationSome people have gone as far as cryogenic freezing after death in the hope that one day science will have advanced enough to resurrect them. Others believe the route to immortality lies in the digital realm. More...

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What it takes to navigate cultural differences in a global business world

The ConversationCultural intelligence has been defined as a specific form of intelligence “focused on capabilities to grasp, reason and behave effectively” in culturally diverse situations. It allows us to think outside our narrow cultural boundaries and decode complex cross-cultural interactions. More...

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AI in Education Hype: Feel Like I've Seen This Play Before

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/blog_landing/public/JustVisitingLogo_white.jpg?itok=K5uvzo_-By John Warner. A little bit of friction is necessary for learning. The emotion-reading AI chatbots have no useful purpose if education is going to live up to the meaning of the word. More...

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14 septembre 2019

Chinese Professor Charged in Alleged Technology Theft Scheme

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. A Chinese professor has been charged with fraud for allegedly taking technology from a California technology company to benefit the Chinese telecommunication company Huawei, Reuters reported. More...

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