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Google's first machine learning program launches at Mills College

by Betsy Foresman • 1 month ago

The course's launch is a testbed for a wider program the tech giant plans to roll out nationwide to support the computer science workforce.

Google's machine-learning boot camp targets workforce gap

by Betsy Foresman • 4 months ago

A computer science initiative addressing workforce shortages will be piloted at Mills College in Oakland this February and other schools next summer.

How artificial intelligence is helping Pearson refocus assessment technology

by Ryan Johnston • 9 months ago

The company's new head of AI and personalized learning sees an opportunity to create enhanced ways of evaluating students' work.

Curriculum platforms to get an AI boost from IBM's Watson

by Mark Satter • 9 months ago

The tech giant will work with Scholastic and Edmodo as they create custom curriculum for individual students.

Will AI be a bane or boon for education?

by Patience Wait • 11 months ago

K-12 and higher ed need to rethink their structures to prepare for the arrival of artificial intelligence in education, experts say.

Automation will change jobs, not eliminate them, study finds

by Patience Wait • 1 year ago

A study by Pearson and a U.K. nonprofit finds education must change to help students prepare for the future workforce.

Discovery Education's Bill Goodwyn on giving educators 'not just what they want, but what they need'

by Emily Tate • 1 year ago

During the CoSN annual conference, Goodwyn talked with EdScoop about how new ownership will change the company and help it grow.

AI takes center stage as edtech leaders consider 'exponential change'

by Emily Tate • 1 year ago

Technology directors are buzzing about artificial intelligence. A new report from CoSN explains how it could work in K-12.

Quizlet secures $20 million for new AI study tools

by Chloe Kim • 1 year ago

The San Francisco-based edtech startup will enhance its artificial intelligence programs and grow its international presence.

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