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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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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...


Dec 4, 2019

After 10 episodes, we head back towards the beginning, with a discussion about the origins of Artificial Intelligence (as Dan gets a chance to use his teacher voice), and then go a little deeper into what one of the common terms - Machine Learning - means in plain language. Ray gets to confess to having produced...


Nov 27, 2019

In this week's podcast we interview tech guru Sulabh Jain from the Cloud Collective. Sulabh's recent work has involved technical development of the AI used for the personalised learning support discussed in last week's interview with Dr David Kellerman at UNSW Sydney. David talked about the work he'd done on...


Nov 20, 2019

Ray and Dan are joined by Dr David Kellerman, who is a senior lecturer in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney. 

David believes that the way to engage a growing student body is not to reinvent pedagogy, but to create a version of it that works at scale -...


Nov 13, 2019

This week Dan and Ray talk about the use of our data, with artificial intelligence on top, to support our wellbeing. From talking about our own time management and how data and AI is adding itself into that bit, to discussing the use of facial recognition for student registration, we discuss the humanistic elements of...