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Artificial Intelligence: Disrupting Sustainability; “Future of Education in both developed and emerging countries”

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Keynote speech: “Future of Education in both developed and emerging countries”

Recent advancements within the AI domain are widely spread across sectors; from Siri to self-automated cars. However, the education sector has not been yet exposed to significant influences of technology and is perceived as lagging behind in terms of AI developments. Nevertheless, the potential is vast: virtual teachers, analysis of data, worldwide classrooms, advanced language processing, cognitive modelling of risks and others are the possible ways how to make the best use of intelligence. The concluding talk will be dealing with such issues, as education is the main reason why AI exists in the first place.

This talk is part of the Artificial Intelligence: Disrupting Sustainability Conference series.

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