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Transforming Teaching & Learning with AI Roundtable


Original air date: June 22, 2022 3:00 PM(HK)


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You can now access the Transforming Teaching and Learning with AI Roundtable discussion on-demand! Recap on the exciting insights shared by AI experts and professionals in academia, and discover real-world examples on how AI can be applied to the education sector in Hong Kong and China.

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Dr. Eddie Hui

Dr. Eddie Hui

Lenovo Solutions and Services Group

Digital Innovations Leader

Prof. Ou Zhonghong 欧中洪

Prof. Ou Zhonghong 欧中洪

Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications

Associate Professor, Ph.D supervisor, Deputy Dean of the School of Computer Science (National Pilot Software School)

Prof. Savio Wong

Prof. Savio Wong

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Associate Professor, Department of Educational Psychology
Director, Laboratory for Brain and Education

Dr. Charleston Sin

Dr. Charleston Sin

MIT Hong Kong Innovation Node

Executive Director & Professor of Practice

Enhancing learning outcomes through AI

The education sector is undergoing a transformation to ensure that young learners are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the digital future. Artificial Intelligence (AI) holds great potential in its ability to facilitate such an outcome1 through:

Personalize learning programs

Personalize learning programs to suit the unique needs of individual students

AI tutors and chatbots

AI tutors and chatbots help students improve weak spots outside of the classroom

Universal 24/7 access

Universal 24/7 access to learning, anytime, and from anywhere

Acknowledging the importance of AI in the future of education

The Hong Kong Government has implemented resources to encourage the uptake of the technology in schools.

Hong Kong Education City, which is 100% owned by the government, launched the Go AI Scheme in 2021 to advocate the prevalence of AI Education in the city.
Since 2015, Hong Kong’s Education Bureau has actively promoted science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and coding in schools, to develop students’ interest in these fields.
Democratizing AI for the new era of learners

Democratizing AI for the new era of learners

To enable more learners and educators to benefit from AI, Lenovo created a powerful education platform Lenovo Education Visual AI (LEVA), in which students can:

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    Use models already built in the LEVA platform to learn AI

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    Create their own AI applications

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    Apply their created models to real-world scenarios

Discover how Lenovo’s LEVA can help the young generation of learners prepare for the challenges of tomorrow.

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