• Sep 19, 2018

Can AI help us create more inclusive education and society?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) gets quite a lot of bad press. It is understood by few and feared by many. It is overhyped through media, sci-fi movies and eye-watering financial investments by the tech giants (LINK), and increasingly – governments. As such AI does not yet sit comfortably with many who care about human development and wellbeing, or social justice and prosperity.

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  • Sep 04, 2018

Data-Driven Development (D3): Instructional Design for the AI Age

For artificial intelligence (AI) to enter the mainstream of education, instructional designers must have design methodologies that enable them to efficiently create AI-driven learning products. The most commonly used instructional design methodology, ADDIE (analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate), does not address the needs of AI-driven learning systems, because it adequately define the role of data in the design process. In fact, none of the instructional design methodologies commonly used today take into account the opportunities and challenges that AI and big data bring to the design process.

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