Image from the San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive.
Alan Turing would have been proud... the mathematician, code-breaker and even game designer(?!) inspired a namesake contest held last week in the UK, The Turing 100. Teams competed in record-breaking numbers to pass the infamous "Turing Test" and fool judges with their AI. Teen Chat Bot, Eugene Goostman from Princeton AI named won. Read more in this TheVerge.com post and check-out Eugene's official site to ask him a question!
AI and Education?
Beyond adaptive and machine learning what current or emerging role does AI have/could have in education? As this EdLab blog post attests, we know for sure that people are definitely interested in learning more about AI... but how will we apply it to real-world learning experiences? What successful examples have you found of AI in the education world?