Invitation to the Webinars: Artificial Intelligence and Education during COVID

06.05.2021

Dear Colleagues,

In the meantime, we decided to run an informal panel discussion on the days initially planned for our conference. The panel discussion will address some COVID-19 aspects and potential remedies, namely artificial intelligence and education. Each session is based on the below-mentioned papers of the authors. They will not deliver a full paper presentation, rather a short statement with the very essence of their respective contributions to start the discussion.

You are warmly invited to these panel discussions. See you there!

Sessions virtually 

10.05.2021 10:00-12:00 (CEST) Are Artificial Intelligence and Data Management the way out of our current situation?

“In the wake of algorithmic decision making: mapping AI-related advancements in the Hungarian public sector” – Mihály Csótó, Zoltán Rupp and Sára Petényi (Ludovika - University of Public Service)

“Smart Infrastructure for rural areas - Best practices and suggested actions for Moldova” – Anatolie Babin et al. (AES Moldova)

“KTLO & Brownfield: Overcoming Challenges when Modernising Process Automation and Business Intelligence” – Alois Paulin (University of Public Administration and Finance, Ludwigsburg)

“COVID-19 DIGITAL CONTACT TRACING BETWEEN PRIVACY ISSUES AND CO-PRODUCTION WHY SOME HAVE WORKED AND SOME HAVEN’T” – Hiroko Kudo (Chuo University Tokyo)

Chair: Alexander Prosser (Austrian Computer Society) and Robert Müller-Török (University of Public Administration and Finance, Ludwigsburg)

 

10.05.2021 17:00-19:00 (CEST)  COVID-19 and Education

“Ready to learn online? Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic” – Helin Alagöz Gessler (University of Europe for Applied Sciences, Berlin)

“How open source tools could help remote learning during the first lockdown in Hungary? – Case study of University of Public Service.” – Judit Szakos and Gábor László (Ludovika - University of Public Service)

“Insufficient conditions for homeschooling in Germany exacerbate educational inequity” – Oliver Sievering (University of Public Administration and Finance, Ludwigsburg)

Chair: Tamás Szadeczky (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)

 https://zoom.us/j/94568485815?pwd=Vkk0N2t2Q0dXZ0IvK3FVbDBabndSZz09