UNESCO publishes the first-ever global Guidance on Generative AI in Education and Research, designed to address the disruptions caused by Generative AI technologies. The first sections of the UNESCO Guidance explain what Generative AI is and how it works. The following sections elaborate on the controversies around Generative AI and their implications, focussing in particular on […]
Higher Education for Good: Teaching and Learning Futures by Laura Czerniewicz (editor) Catherine Cronin (editor).Open access book on social justice which includes contributions form 17 nations, available free online via Open Book Publishers. Subjects covered include AI and data justice, decolonising, the impact of austerity and bibliometrics on higher education.
An open-access, crowdsourced book of ideas on how artificial intelligence might be used in education. It includes 101 contributions from 19 countries: Australia, Canada, China, Egypt, Germany, Greece, India, Israel, Italy, Ireland, Jordan, Liberia, Mexico, South Africa, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom and the US. Provided by #creativeHE, an collaborative community for creative and innovative practitioners and […]
AI resource center A new website created by the National Institute of Standards and Technology & called the Trustworthy & Responsible Artificial Intelligence Resource Center will contain US federal government guidance on all forms of artificial intelligence. It includes risk management frameworks, case studies, metrics and roadmaps on progress.
2023 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report: Teaching and Learning Edition The latest predictions for short term and longer horizon trends in teaching and learning. The report includes case studies of innovations from the USA, coverage of developments in AI and the use of learning spaces to support students’ sense of community and belonging.
New from Polis think tank a study which reveals how artificial intelligence is currently being used by news services and what its future might be. It is based a survey of 71 news organisations in 32 different countries.
Yes, according to the latest report from UNESCO entitled I’d blush if I could: closing gender divides in digital skills through education The 145-page report feels that there is evidence of this with voice assistants being programmed with female voices which reinforce stereotypes of subservience and passivity. It has guidelines for digital inclusion in AI […]