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Welcome to the AI in Education podcast

From Ray Fleming and Dan Bowen from Microsoft Australia

It's a weekly chat about Artificial Intelligence in Education - what it is, how it works, and the different ways it is being used. It's not too serious, or too technical, and is intended to be a good conversation of background information.

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Jan 15, 2020

This week Dan and Ray talk through a real educational problem and how we can solve for this using Artificial Intelligence.  We look at the problem itself and unpick the outcomes, and then discuss the data that institutions would already have, and more importantly don’t have, to use AI and predictive analytics to...


Jan 8, 2020

In this first episode of 2020 Dan and Ray reflect on the last podcast series and the heroes and the villains of Artificial Intelligence in education for the year ahead and beyond.  Will Home Automation become mainstream?   Is this the time that true Digital Transformation will actually happen in our sector?   Will...


Dec 25, 2019

You might guess that Dan and Ray didn't really want to spend Christmas Day recording another podcast, but equally, they didn't want to leave you empty handed! So here, for your festive delectation, is the podcast that should never have made it out of the studio! Every week, sophisticated sound engineering takes out the...


Dec 18, 2019

It's the last day of term Down Under, so Dan and Ray talk about something for next year - the AI for Good Schools Challenge 2020. They're joined by guest Clare White, also from the Microsoft Education team, and Aaron Tait, from Education ChangeMakers, who are Microsoft's partner for the competition. More details on...


Dec 11, 2019

Dan and Ray have been keeping an eye on how the press write about AI in education, and this week they talk about how the media write about AI for education projects, and discuss their personal perspective on the stories themselves, as well as the way that the media cover it. From "fears teachers could be replaced by...