International Conference on AI (21 – 25 February 2022)

The 2022 International Conference on AI in Work, Innovation, Productivity, and Skills will present leading voices from the technical, policy, business, academic and civil society communities who will discuss insights on the adoption of AI in firms and the workplace, ethics of its use, and implications on skills, business dynamics, and productivity. Don’t miss this multi-stakeholder and evidence-based policy debate, join us on February 21-25, 2022!

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Five fast reads on AI

  • Are robots really making workers redundant?
  • AI gender bias: What lessons can countries learn from each other?
  • The year is 2029 and AI has dramatically changed health care
  • How can policy makers enable AI for the fight against COVID-19?
  • 3 policy areas that can steer AI towards an inclusive economic future

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Focus on: AI & Education

Hybrid human-AI systems allows students to become self-directed learners

Digital technologies hold a promise for the future of personalised learning, thanks to adaptive learning and intelligent tutoring systems, educational games and other applications, as well as for improving student engagement and for learning social and emotional skills.

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There are good reasons to believe that smart technologies can contribute to the effectiveness, equity and cost-efficiency of education systems: They are human-AI hybrid systems. They support humans in many different ways without being perfect. Data and funding are critical to maximising benefits.

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