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22 – 24, 2023

Spotlight Talk

How To Identify and Address Safe Practices and Equity in AI for Education

Date Thursday, Nov 24  Time   –   

In this panel discussion we will explore the role that AI assisted technologies will play in the immediate future of education systems  and how to identify and address safe practices and equity in AI.

AI assisted technologies will be needed to support an exponentially increasing lack of teachers globally, however, bias within these tools and unsafe data practices can limit certain learners and deny specific learner communities equal access to education: a fundamental right, which has already been challenged in the past two years by Issues of digital equity.

OEB speaker Gábor Kismihók

Gábor Kismihók

Head of Learning and Skill Analytics Lab, TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology and University Library, Germany

OEB speaker Antonio Maratea

Antonio Maratea

Lecturer, University of Naples Parthenope, Italy

OEB speaker Vesa Paajanen

Vesa Paajanen

Senior Lecturer, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

OEB speaker Stephen Downes

Stephen Downes

Researcher, National Research Council Canada, Canada


OEB speaker Ildiko Mazar

Ildiko Mazar

European Digital Credentials for Learning Implementation Support, NTT Data, Spain