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
Second X5GON meeting - EU funded project on Media Convergence, under H2020 Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies - Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
OER for Inclusive and Equitable Quality Education: From Commitment to Action
Let’s use machine learning to help advance everyones’ learning and career paths
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 X5GON project held its third meeting in Nantes, France and boosted a pre-meting workshop on new technologies for OER and open education. It presented talks on blockchains, hybrid social networks, inclusion, evaluation, curricula alignment, end-to-end communication, interoperability, and was a great intorductionto our agenda.
We have attended the World Summit AI which is currently the world’s leading and most important summit for the entire AI ecosystem from Enterprise to Big Tech, Startups, Investorsand Science.
The event presented talks from our colleagues Yoshua Bengio who has a portfolio of talks on our case study VideoLectures.Net, applied solutions for enterprise, to mind-boggling innovation, to heated discussions on AI ethics and AI4good.
A major underlying component of the World Summit AI was education, however not directly addressed by anyone in the room, the sustainability of machine learning experts is not defined at this point – we suggest to tackle it in 2019 and beyond with OER.
The X5GON project was present at the 2018 Open Education Global Conference, where the world meets to discuss how opening education helps achieve universal access, equity, innovation and opportunity in education. We presented the design of our platform and attracted the interest of the edtech participants, and our policy work on the UNESCO Recommendation in OER.