«AI Education in Times of Crisis»




Irwin King


Crises, especially the COVID-19 pandemic that we are facing, have a profound impact on traditional face-to-face classes. Such unexpected disruptions have brought a pressing concern to teachers: how can we sustain education activities during the untoward situation? This issue has been ever provocative for educators in enhancing teaching and learning effectiveness when resources and facilities become unavailable. In this presentation, I am going to address this issue by sharing some recent developments and successful cases of using cutting edge technologies and Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques in content creation, knowledge delivery, and outcome assessment, which have enormously contributed to creating “the new normal” of global education.




Irwin King

Prof. Irwin King is the Director of the Centre for eLearning Innovation and Technology (ELITE), Chair of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Principal Investigator of the Knowledge and Education Exchange Platform (KEEP) and VeriGuide. He is also the President of the International Neural Network Society (INNS), IEEE Fellow and ACM Distinguished Member. His research interests include machine learning, social computing, AI, web intelligence, data mining, and multimedia information processing. He has over 350 technical publications in various top journals and conferences. Prof. King has been an evangelist in the use of education technologies in eLearning for the betterment of teaching and learning.


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