Empower Learners for the Age of AI (ELAI) is the premier conference globally investing the research and practice around AI adoption in schools, universities, and corporate settings. This year’s theme is on the theory, models, and practical impact of AI.The theme reflects maturation of related fields: learning analytics, learning sciences, educational data mining, and AI in education. Countriesaround the world are allocating billions of dollars to prepare for Artificial Intelligence — investing in research, enterprise and humancapabilities. To meet this emerging reality, students, professionals and citizens need to learn how to interact with AI by answering questions such as:
We are offering sponsorship opportunities to organizations we believe can assist in answering the questions above.Participating
in the Empowering Learners in AI conference is a unique opportunity for your organization to:
The inaugural Empowering Learners in AI conference had over 700 participants while last year’s had over 1150 participants froma diverse group in fields such as learning sciences, computer science, learning analytics, and artificial intelligence. This year, we are projecting over 1500 attendees from around the world, including keynotes and presentations from top AI in education researchers and practitioners.
Sponsorship Levels and Benefits
|Summary of Benefits||Platinum
$7250 USD (1)
$5775 USD (2)
$3625 USD (3)
|Recognition as main sponsor||Y|
|Verbal recognition during conference||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|Prominent website recognition||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|Included in press releases and newsletter distribution pre-& post event||Y|
Why Does Empowering Learners in AI Need Sponsors?
Organizations are able to choose a level of support outlined in the table above, or propose a customization sponsorship level.Sponsors enable us to keep the registration free for all participants, provide open access proceedings and high quality onlineexperiences for participants, expand the impact of new research findings, connect the next generation of learners with researchers and promote discussions between practitioners and researchers.
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