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Learning Science and AI To Improve Access and Equity

The McGraw Hill Learning Science Video Series talks about a multitude of issues relevant to promoting equity in higher education while seeking to understand the role that learning science plays.

In this video, Simon Allen, CEO of McGraw Hill interviews Rose Luckin, Professor at University College London. Rose speaks to Simon about our increased understanding of how humans learn and advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and how together this can help bridge the equity gap in education. She touches on ways that appropriate use of AI can level the playing field for all students by providing individualized instruction.

Watch this video to learn more about Learning Science and AI to help improve equity in education.

About the Author

Rosemary Luckin is a Professor at UCL’s Knowledge Lab. Her research involves the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to education and training. She has a particular interest in how organizations can become ‘AI-ready.’ Her 2018 book: Machine Learning and Human Intelligence: The Future of Education for the 21st Century, describes how we can best benefit from using AI to support teaching and learning, and how the prevalence of AI in our future means that we need to revise what and how we teach and learn now. Rose was named as one of the 20 most influential people in Education in the Seldon List 2017. Rose also founded EDUCATE: a hub for EdTech StartUps, researchers, and educators to work together on the development of evidence-informed Educational Technology. Rose is Specialist Adviser to the UK House of Commons Education Select Committee, Co-founder of the Institute for Ethical AI in Education; President-elect of the International Society for AI in Education; and a member of the UK Office for Students Horizon Scanning panel. Rose has taught schools, further education and university. She is a Governor at St Paul’s public day school in London and President of the Self Managed Learning College in Brighton.

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