Global Talent Summit, which held in Zurich in January 2018, is the premier space for multi-disciplinary stakeholders from the private sector, policy, academia/education, and innovation to come together to discuss the trends and solutions for the future of work and education. We are publishing the most interesting theses and insights about the role of a STEM in preparing future global talent, principles of developing talents for the future and practical solutions to closing the tech skills gap. Continue reading “STEM, Liberal Arts and Tech Skills Gap in the Future of Education”
Artificial intelligence is a sustained innovation within the education industry and a solution for managing students in a situation of declining enrollment and dwindling higher education state budgets. It allows schools to look at where students are at the moment and what they need in a way more efficient and effective way than a staff member could and at scale. Continue reading “Artificial Intelligence Can Help with Student Enrollment and Outreach”
Chatbots are already changing the world: from ordering pizza online to helping buy your ticket. Education is known as a sector where innovations move slowly but the time has come for chatbots and AI applications to meet the educational sector. We found 6 ways artificial intelligence and chatbots could have an astounding impact on the whole education industry. Continue reading “6 Applications of AI and Chatbots Within the Education Area”
Every month AI For Education keep an eye on new education artificial intelligence, machine learning and augmented reality startups, recent investments and M&A deals.
We are also adding a list of interesting and inspiring articles that will give you insights and keep you informed about recent trends in education market. Enjoy your reading! Continue reading “AI + Education: Most Interesting Startups, Articles and Deals in January”
Imagine a virtual mentor, that curate educational environment of a child. The AI program helps to monitor the child’s cognitive and emotional development by advising what to wear and how to get to school during morning snowfall. Potentially an augmented-reality device can scribble teacher and student attendance rates, project energy consumption, recommended dietary adjustments and many more.
Artificial intelligence systems and devices can soon regulate the education community. It will take some time to get used to the technological systems and devices that will govern our lives more effectively than local, state, or federal laws. In order to cope with accelerating artificial-intelligence adoption, education leaders and policymakers must begin to consider questions that technological advancements will raise for education. Continue reading “The Rise of AI in Education”