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Artificial intelligence and education: let's hack that!

Check this Aalto University challenge for DigiEduHack 2020
Check this Aalto University challenge for DigiEduHack 2020

For 2020, Aalto University is proposing a DigiEduHack challenge at the forefront of digital innovation in education: "Learning with AI: how to make the best use of artificial intelligence for learning new skills, attitudes, values, or new kind of thinking?

For Dr. Tomi Kauppinen, the challenge holder, "the question of artificial intelligence in education is not "when?", it is "how?". We already witness and create the AI revolution. We need to find new ways to teach, learn and assess using artificial intelligence for the benefit of the learners and the educators. We can find ways to use AI in an inclusive manner, with standards and a high level of ethics to meet learning objectives. We can learn to learn with AI. Our challenge is free and open to everyone, from anywhere in the world: join us!" 

Read more about this amazing challenge and the issues it raises here: https://onlinelearning.aalto.fi/events/learning-with-ai-challenge-at-digieduhack-2020

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