This conference is an event under the Global Research Alliance for AI in Learning and Education (GRAILE). 

GRAILE  is slightly divergent from open public conversations.The goal of GRAILE is to directly influence policy and senior leadership in areas where AI intersects with learning in K-12, corporate, and higher education settings.
There is a need for knowledge translation and capacity building which requires an information ecosystem that targets the knowledge needs of senior administration and practical translation of research into classroom settings.

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Empowering Learners for the Age of AI is a free, international online conference, building off of our successful 2020 and 2021 events. We warmly welcome you to join this global conversation to engage productively with societal infrastructure powered by data, analytics and AI.

  • What’s actually happening with AI and how is it changing classrooms, teaching, and learning?
  • How can data, analytics and AI be used not to disempower or automate work, but to empower learners and professionals?
  • How must  modern knowledge systems (such as schools, universities, corporate training and development, government agencies) change to prepare people for an AI society?
  • How to track and assess the qualities that equip people for this future?
  • What will the learning ecosystem look like by 2030 and what might humans and AI collaborate in solving complex problems?
  • Share the opportunities and concerns that you see: this is just the conversation starter!

Audience: The conference will be of interest to individuals with all levels of AI expertise, from beginner to advanced. World-leading researchers and experts will deliver keynotes addresses while discussion panels will explore implications in a range of sectors.

If your interests involve how data, analytics and AI will shape the future of learning, this open and free conference is for you!

Thank you to our organizing partners: 
University of South Australia 
University of Texas at Arlington
Monash University 
National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
Tecnologico de Monterrey