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Welcome to the AI in Education podcast

With Dan Bowen, Beth Worrall, and Lee Hickin from Microsoft Australia

It's a fortnightly 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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“This podcast is produced by Microsoft Australia & New Zealand employees, Lee Hickin, Dan Bowen, and Beth Worrall. The views and opinions expressed on this podcast are our own.”

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 - one that produces, from a disparate and growing number of individual students, a learning community that becomes smarter from technology, not displaced by it. Woven throughout David's work is the use of Artificial Intelligence to personalise learning, support students and create a truly engaged learning community. 

In this episode, Ray and Dan get the chance to hear more of the journey that David has been taking his students on.