When Minister Jean-François Roberge announced the digital intelligence project in education a few weeks ago, the Centre de services scolaires au Cœur-des-Vallées was given as an example of a school already using artificial intelligence. To find out more, we spoke with the director general of the CSS, Daniel Bellemare.
At first glance, it's easy to think that artificial intelligence (AI) is far from the education sector. However, AI is already being used in real-world projects, such as predicting the risk of students dropping out of school. It could also help reduce the cognitive load of school personnel.
CScience Le Lab produces resources to help young people understand artificial intelligence. Our collaborator was able to speak with Kat'IA, the character created by the organization, to popularize this seemingly complex subject, but not so complicated to understand.
In this text, Simon Collin and Emmanuelle Marceau discuss the integration of AI in education. According to them, it is becoming necessary to support teaching staff in proactively taking into account the ethical and critical issues raised by AI.
The concrete benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) in education are slow to be felt in Canada. While applications using AI do exist, few have any real impact in the classroom. In this article, our collaborator presents an application that relieves teachers of the heavy and repetitive task of correction.
Teaching emerging technologies and how they relate to current events can be a challenge for teachers. The AI, follow your algorithm workshop is an asynchronous activity that allows high school students to discover artificial intelligence and the functioning of artificial neural networks.
In this edition of #Édubrèves: scientific and playful boxes for children, an application to facilitate the routine, cards on the functions of assistance in the processing of information, a youth rally for the National Indigenous Peoples Day, activities learning, and much more!
Artificial intelligence is already present in our lives, even if we don't always realize it. Christian Lamotte, teacher at Daniel-Johnson High School in Montreal, finds it important to make students aware of this reality.