The AI LA Community in collaboration with Google is proud to present "AI in the Classroom."
Whether students, teachers, parents and policy makers like it or not, ‘intelligent’, ‘adaptive’ and ‘personalised’ learning systems are increasingly being deployed in schools and universities around the world. Meanwhile, the tech giants Amazon, Google, and Facebook are investing millions of dollars developing Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED) products, joining well-established multi-million dollar-funded AIED companies such as Knewton. In fact, by 2020, AIED is predicted to become a market worth almost $1 billion.
From chatbots that assist with the learning process in the classroom and out to predictive models that can help improve graduation rates by analyzing patterns in student behavior, AI is a breakthrough technology that continues to improve and has the potential to not only enhance classroom learning, but also create more seamless, personalized experiences.
Join us for a thought provoking conversation at the Google Venice HQ.
6:30-7:30pm Arrival / Networking
Allison Orechwa, USC researcher
Carol Goodgame, STEM specialist, KISS Institute for Practical Robotics
Emily Musil Church, Global Learning XPRIZE
Elizabeth Owen, Director, Learning and Data Science Age of Learning, Inc. / ABCmouse.com
Margeaux S. Randolph, Manager at Mursion
Eve Psalti, Head of Strategic Platforms, Google
RSVP required for security purposes 24 hours prior to event. First come first serve (~250 occupancy). No guaranteed entry. Learn something new, meet someone new, and have fun!
Please park in the BIN4 lot at: 340 3rd Ave. 90291. Guests will park in this lot and will go up a ramp to a wooden door that provides a straight shot to the entrance of The Doors event space.
Ride Share please use this address: 320 Hampton Dr. 90291
Our venue is wheelchair-accessible, and we will provide reserved seatings for attendees with mobility devices.
Please contact us by March 18th, 2019 if you would like to request ASL and/or a reserved seat.
We are unable to provide real-time captioning for the panel, but you can use the LiveCaption app.