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Wearing AR Glasses on the Assembly Line

Tesla has applied for a new patent directed on augmented reality (AR) technologies. An industry that is predicted to reach €44 billion in revenue in 2022. The AR patent focus on improving productivity in the production. Where the tools will complement “the use of AR-devices such as a smartphone that includes a camera and sensors or a pair of AR smart glasses.”. This in order to provide vital information in the manufacturing process. Where the… Continue reading

School Development in a front-runner country “A Revolution for Many”

More active learning, formative instead of summative evaluation of pupils results, more coaching and mentoring in the pupils learning processes are just some of the news that is being implemented in Finnish school according to the new curriculum. The new approach is directed on adapting school to the requirements of the Digital Age. This includes its demands for redirection of skills development and knowledge. In this more active approach to learning. It is also narrowing… Continue reading

Six most read stories and news on eLearningworld 2018

Most read stories 2018 Analysis of Learning, Tech, Design, Digital Culture and Entrepreneurship Enrich educational impact with support of AI  Making design the engine to achieve your goals European Innovation Scoreboard: EU is gaining ground in the global competition Artificial Intelligence – if you like or not – and why Europe is lagging behind Designing for the senses beyond visual Making Blockchain a European Affair   News stories Learning, Tech, Design, Digital Culture and Entrepreneurship Imaginative AI… Continue reading

Bowie exhibition becomes an AR-app – an interactive book about his life

The “David Bowie is”- exhibition opened in March 2013 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and ended in July 2018 at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City. At David Bowie’s 72nd birthday, January 8, 2019, an Augmented Reality-app of the exhibition will be launched. As the trend-maker he was during his life, always ahead of time, this will not only give access for everybody to enter the successful exhibition around the world.… Continue reading

Originality as the most valuable asset

In an age where originality is hard-currency or rather soft currency. Everything that starts with “mass” is seen as a gust from the past. Designers are what often stands between market success and failure. It is an environment where intuition and preferences should be fed with a pleasant experience. Not like before when everybody was offered more of the same thing as everybody else. This means that the image of the starving artist of 20th… Continue reading

Taking the digitization of school seriously

The Norwegian government now is working to overbridge the digital divide for the next step of the digitization of school. In this spirit, it is starting eight new projects for further training of teachers to improve their digital competence. A flexible and adaptable curriculum and the individual teacher’s work situation will be the main focus of the courses. The themes of the courses are programming and robotics in the industry. Furthermore, how working life can… Continue reading

Top 10 Tech Trends 2019, according to Gartner

During the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo October 14-18, 10 strategic technology trends for 2019 was identified. The definition of such a trend is that it should have substantial disruptive potential or being a rapidly growing trend with the tipping point within the next 5 years. Some of the most interesting trends identified are Autonomous things, such as robots, drones and autonomous vehicles, which means AI that goes beyond rigidly programmed tasks with more focus on more natural… Continue reading

Relevance and teaching in the digital society Part 2

The first part of this article e.g. claimed that the educational content in the industrial age was “made artificial to humans”, this meant a school where a lot of the teaching and learning was taken out of its context and thereby also usefulness. Some of the knowledge and skills easily could be reconnected to life- and societal contexts. But way too much was useless in itself or the usefulness was not that apparent. The division… Continue reading

The European AI Challenge and solutions

2100 European researchers have taken on the challenge to develop a Google-inspired infrastructure for artificial intelligence to take up competition against China and the US. The collaboration is called the Confederation of Laboratories for Artificial Intelligence Research in Europe  (Claire). It includes experts from 29 countries. As Europe has a great number of startups within the field. To meet the competition Europe has to improve infrastructure, funding and a clear develop a strategy for AI. One sign… Continue reading

Robot helps pupils to participate in class without being in the classroom

Pupils that for different reasons cannot participate in the education within the classroom can in a primary school, Hedeskolan, in Kungsbacka in the western part of Sweden, now remotely both socially and as a learner participate. This is made possible with the classroom robot that pupils can connect with from their tablet or smartphone from home. After connected the pupil can speak through the robot’s loudspeakers and also gain attention from the teacher and the… Continue reading