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Artificial Intelligence and the future of learning - Professor Rose Luckin - LHL - 16/05/2017
UCL Knowledge Lab, UCL Institute of Education Tuesday 16th May 2017 What makes a good teacher and a successful lesson? Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the classroom is the key that is unlocking the answer, according to Rose Luckin, Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies. Intelligent software holds opportunities for individualised teaching that understands when and how lessons veer off topic, at what point pupils lose interest and when they are at their most engaged and receptive – providing smart interventions that help teachers find the best learning strategies for their classes. In this UCL Lunch Hour Lecture, Professor Luckin will discuss what AI is telling us about how we learn and predict how machines and humans will interact in the classrooms of the future.

Neuroscience, AI and the Future of Education | Scott Bolland | TEDxSouthBank
Currently around 63% of students are disengaged at school, meaning that they withdrawal either physically or mentally before they have mastered the skills that are required to flourish in later life. In this talk Scott Bolland explores the science of learning, the mismatch between how we teach and how the brain natural learns, and the important role that artificial intelligence could take in addressing the limitations in our current education system. Dr Scott Bolland is the founder of New Dawn Technologies, a high-tech software company aiming to revolutionise education through the use of artificial intelligence. He has spent the last 20 years actively researching and teaching in the field of cognitive science – the scientific study of how the mind works – which spans disciplines such as psychology, philosophy, neuroscience, artificial intelligence and computer science. He holds a PhD in this field, as well as a university medal for outstanding academic scholarship. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

What is machine learning and AI's place in education?
Machine learning and AI are already rapidly changing the landscape of many industries, including education. From creating more accurate job pairings to using big data to personalize learning, hear what these 4 EdTech experts have to say about the intersection of machine learning and education: -Stephanie Durand, Head of International Sales for Coursera -Zach Sims, Co-Founder and CEO of Codecademy -Steven Kuyan, Managing Director for NYU Future Labs -Karan Chopra, Co-Founder and Partner, Opportunity at Work To gain new skills in emerging tech, check out the IBM Learning Lab:

[Highlights] Death of Classroom: AI, Online Learning & the Future of Education in Asia
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


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AI for Kids

Building an AI Robot for Kids featuring Dr Wilfred Odoyo
Dr Wilfred Odoyo is the current director of global AI business at AI Brain, a company based in Korea, with the goal of building fully autonomous AI by unifying the three essential aspects of intelligence, namely Problem Solving, Learning and Memory. It was selected as one of Top 20 Artificial Intelligence Companies in the world by Datamation on September 20, 2016, alongside tech giants such as Amazon and Google. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering, professing his expertise on Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence, and Pattern Recognition with interest in Biometric Systems and Robotics. He studied at the prestigious Chosun University in South Korea, where he had been a student and researcher between 2002 to 2012, having pursued his high school studies at St. Joseph's Rapogi.He is also the chair of the Kenyan Professionals and Business Associations of Kenyans in South Korea, which has a membership of about 300 Kenyans. In 2015, Dr Odoyo led a team in the development of Tyche ( Tyche, named after the Greek goddess of fortune, (pronounced “Tai-kee”) is an AI robot companion for kids that talks, listens, thinks and reasons to plan and solve tasks. Tyche fuses natural language processing, memory, planning, and reasoning to converse with people. During this event , Dr Odoyo will share his experience while leading the team developing Tyche, his career journey and advice to AI practitioners and enthusiasts. The main presentation from this event can be accessed on