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Replika

Publicado en OLDaily el 24/11/2022

Nov 24, 2022
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Three trends, with examples, presented by David Mattin this morning at OEB: first, conversational AI, as evidenced by products such as Replika, "the AI companion who cares", and character.ai, which emulates historical figures like Plato and Freud; second, hybrid work (the "chit chat economy"), represented by Random Coffee, "that creates smart...

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Existen muchas secuencias que se pueden escribir en una palabra o en varias sin que cambie su significado. En teoría, las dos opciones son válidas. …

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Nat Levy, Futurity, Nov 23, 2022
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This post is presented in "gee whiz isn't that amazing?" style, but in fact people have been developing this sort of capability over time (and I've covered it here from time to time). This short article and video demonstrates (as the title suggests) people moving a wheelchair using thought...

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Nov 23, 2022
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Today's Mastodon/Twitter update. Matthias Ott explains how to convert your Twitter archive into something useful (including fixing all the links, which because they're t.co links in the archive, will break when Twitter fails. From Jisc's Steve Bailey, ...

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DigcompEDU

Publicado en OLDaily el 23/11/2022

Center for Digital Dannelse, Nov 23, 2022
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This is a self-assessment tool based on the The European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators. I think a lot of people will find it useful (though note that as a self-assessment tool it requires honesty). It will ask for your email address after about 50 questions. I found the scale very opinionated and very focused on traditional in-class teaching...

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Gwen Nguyen, BCcampus, Nov 23, 2022
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I'm doing my Ethics, Analytics and the Duty of Care workshop today, and this fits right in there. As Gwen Nguyen writes, "Starting with what personas are in teaching and learning, I discuss why and how we can build learner personas as the first step in designing for care, then...

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We begin by looking at the applications of artificial intelligence and analytics in learning technology, describing in a structured way what decisions we actually make when we apply artificial intelligence, analytics, and neural networks to teaching and learning. We also survey the ethical issues that have arisen in the field, for example, bias in algorithms, justice and fairness, diversity and equity, bad actors and data manipulation, and a range of other concerns.

Some additional (big) resources:

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For an older English-language version of this post,...

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Rober Dam, RoberDam.com, Nov 22, 2022
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I don't quite understand Rober Dam's fascination with Chinese microphones, but his experiment following the release of whisper AI is a fascinating glimpse into the future. "Something magical is basically being able to perfectly relive everything I did that day, from trivial...

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Greg Thompson, Kalervo Gulson, Teresa Swist, EduResearch Matters, Nov 22, 2022
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So, artificial intelligence will be used in schools. And this introduces what...

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AWS and Blockchain

Publicado en OLDaily el 22/11/2022

Tim Bray, Nov 22, 2022
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Tim Bray expends an awful lot of words to say that blockchain is 'a solution looking for a problem, but they're such good words, he's done the work to learn about the technology, and he places it squarely into the context of goings-on behind the scenes at Amazon Web Services (AWS), which makes it doubly interesting. "I'm not prepared to say that no blockchain-based system will...

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Jeffrey R. Young, EdSurge, Nov 22, 2022
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I always roll my eyes when I read about "a Group of MIT Professors" or some such thing. It's the way such pronouncements are treated with reverence in the media (and the current post is no exception). I mean, get this: "The MIT professors who authored...

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Paul Kirschner, kirschner-ED, Nov 22, 2022
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Paul Kirschner references an article in Cognitive Psychology (paywalled, naturally) where students describe extra effort in courses as "ineffective for learning" and hence wasted. The article describes this as a misconception on the part of students, "a misinterpreted-effort...

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Ismael Nafria, The Audiencers, Nov 22, 2022
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I've been publishing an email newsletter for more than 20 years and most of these points resonate well with me, especially the parts about having a personal tone and a consistent format. Interestingly, Ismael Nafria writes that "publishing newsletters is the second most...

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Jenny Mackness, Jenny Connected, Nov 21, 2022
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"Flourishing would seem an obvious aim of education," writes Jenny Mackness. "To me it's an indictment of our times that Kristján Kristjánsson felt he needed to write a lengthy book to justify this." Maybe, but as the result of the article shows, it's not...

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