Event

Learning Data Custodianship (Ethics of AIED)

UNESCO MGIEP
December 6, 2022
New Delhi, India

This Session discussed the need for a commons to manage learning-behaviour-data coming from learners interacting with digital learning platforms across the globe. Few prospective questions to be discussed were:

1) Who should own the learning-behaviour data

2) Need for commons

3) Requirements for structure and organization of commons

3) Technology (AI)/ Policy solutions

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Speakers:

Nidhi Hegde

Associate Professor, University of Alberta

Carolina Rossini

Director of Partnerships & Research, Datasphere Initiative

Dan Shefet

Data Protection Lawyer

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