Online learning: ugly duckling or black swan?
For the past twenty years, online education has played second fiddle to its face-to-face equivalent; often reduced to a less prestigious marketing side-show within the industry. This article looks at how that perception is changing and how through utilizing new technologies in the right way, online education is rising from the understudy to the main event.
Evidence Summary: Artificial Intelligence in education
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere but the messages we get about it are mixed and contradictory. At once, it is dangerous yet supportive, all-consuming and yet freeing. AI feels like a moving target. If there is one definitive fact about AI, it’s that it will require us to learn throughout our lives.
Smart Education @ Schools
Our society is changing rapidly and these changes have a direct impact on education all over the world. Implementation of technological innovations in education is one of the biggest challenges that education is facing at all levels and is still in a preliminary stage. At the same time, these new technologies are creating opportunities... The Smart Education @ Schools call is using these opportunities and turns innovative ideas into reality.
Moving Intelligence Forward with AI
AI is already having a big impact on education and many are predicting the various ways in which the robots will take over the world. Professor Rose Luckin looks at the current state of play and suggests a new model of intelligence for educators that focuses on the importance of being human.
Lifelong Learning: A Critical Factor for Survival
Growing longevity puts us in front of a real possibility that many of us will live over 80, 90 and even 100 years. The world changes faster than ever and, in order to prosper, we have to learn how to face these changes and all the challenges and opportunities that come with it.
The Agile Innovation of Startups
How can you find good, innovative ideas that lead to business opportunities? Three exploration frameworks—changing what doesn’t work, making things easier for customers, and making things more affordable—can reduce the risk and uncertainty associated with new projects.