Headlines : while individual vice chancellors may differ: since Unesco's 2021 publication of education is broken- University leaders must take responsibility. Overall white G* Universities pose the biggest problem to sustainability Generation. Those maximising collaboration with younger half of world include partners of University of Billion poorest village mothers and ai researchers most connected with UN University system with special thanks to Guterres leadership and Japan. EconomistUniversity.com connects notes begun by Keynesian students 1945 continued from 1951 when Economist journalists were taught by Von Neumann in the most exciting journalist scoop: ask leaders what they will do with 100 times more tech per decade that's a million times :Moore: per 30 year generation

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0/10 Teachers College, Columbia University is hosting an international conference on Friday, September 20, 2019, from 3 pm to 6 pm., on the future of Artificial Intelligence in Education in partnership with the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) and the Transformative Learning Technologies Lab at Teachers College. Coinciding with the 74th session of the UN General Assembly, the conference will feature: welcome remarks from TC President Thomas Bailey and WISE CEO Stavros Yiannouka; a keynote from Hod Lipson, James and Sally Scapa Professor of Innovation, Columbia University, one of the world’s foremost researchers and authorities on AI and robotics; and two panel discussions in which eminent researchers in education technology from Columbia University and other universities examine and debate AI’s potential impact on education with leaders from the tech world, the media, and NGOs. The conference will conclude with closing remarks from Paulo Blikstein, Associate Professor of Communications, Media and Learning Technology Design at Teachers College, and Borhene Chakroun, Director of Policies and Lifelong Learning Systems, UNESCO. Visit the conference website for agenda and full list of speakers.

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