From "Music Learning Project" to "Smart Education"

13 novembre 2018

A system for a combined Machine and Human feedback for learning music was the ultimate objective of the IIIA-CSIC’s coordinated European project PRAISE. From this point, the IIIA-CSIC has been consolidating an R&D line aimed at providing AI Algorithms and Systems for a Smart Education. The team led by Carles Sierra and Juan Antonio Rodriguez-Aguilar has developed AI-driven team formation and peer assessment algorithms that have been accepted by the educational sector and by the AI scientific community. The team presented their work in world-leading conferences such as Frontiers in Education (FIE 2018) held in San José, EEUU and at The 21st International Conference on Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems (PRIMA 2018) in Tokio.

On November 16th, Dr Carles Sierra will talk in the “World AI & Adaptive Learning Education Summit” hosted by, Yixue Squirrel AI Learning, and IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee. The summit will bring together the top lineups of industry, academia and research circles in China and abroad. The summit will count with the participation of  Robert Pearlstein, Vice president of SRI International Research Institute, and Michael Yudelson, Senior research scientist of the ACT study group of the American University Entrance Examination Organization, and other top scholars. The founders of education and entrepreneurship companies such as; and the founders of Knewton, Byju's, DreamBox, Duolingo, ALEKS, AltSchool and other foreign influential AI intellectual adaptation education companies will gather in Beijing to discuss AI wisdom to adapt to hot topics.

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