Catherine Solazzo, vice president of developer engagement for IBM Digital Business Group, points out two areas where AI will develop higher education: “To impart learners with skills that will help them succeed in the new world of AI; and for use by administrators to leverage that technology and understand how students learn, to then create a more personalized experience for them.” Solazzo will be one of the speakers at the EdTech Engage conference, October 5-6 at the Penn State University Park campus. The conference focus on how artificial intelligence and machine learning can improve the student experience in higher education. Penn State researchers of Artificial Intelligence will also participate among industry partners to the university e.g. besides IBM also includes Google. Topics that will be discussed are e.g. robots that teach students academic integrity and predictive modelling and visualization of emotions in Twitter feeds. Source: Penn State News