This international workshop is part of the 3rd X5GON meeting - an EU funded project on Media Convergence, under H2020 Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies
OER for Inclusive and Equitable Quality Education: From Commitment to Action
virtUOS is developing open-source automated lecture recording solutions as part of the Opencast community
UPVx was created as the MOOC platform of UPV, with the aim of being a global platform with 20.000 video learning objects with Polimedia
The Spanish partners from UPV have developed the MT systems that are on par with Google Translate for most language pairs, but exceptionally ahead for Slovenian ↔ English. This is solid evidence that we achieved effective cross-lingual support that came from state-of-the-art MT systems adapted to the X5GON domain. Read the official scientific report.
The Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport hosted the ET 2020 Peer Learning Activity, and its Working Group’s second PLA in 2019, entitled “Artificial intelligence and its implications for education’”, which explored AI-related practices in the education sector, shared current or upcoming initiatives in different Member States, and explored how to contribute to the EU’s coordinated plan on AI.
As the ministry is an X5GON partner, it has taken the opportunity and hosted a workshop at the PLA, which crucially employed a non-formal questionnaire with European policymakers on the subject of open education, artificial intelligence and the 5x dimensions in X5GON, including Cross Modal, Cross Cultural, Cross Lingual, Cross Domain aspects of AI in education.
The results of the survey are by no means official Governmental stands, and have been tailored specifically for the X5GON workshop at the PLA meeting.
The Asian and European participants of the conference Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and AI: The Role and Readiness of Teachers in Tokyo, Japan were briefed about the basics of AI and especially its connection with education via our findings in the X5GON project. The double keynote featured three partners, and two UNESCO Chairs in AI and OER.