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Artificial intelligence, cognitive systems and biosocial spaces of education

By Ben Williamson Image: telephone cable model of corpus callosum by Brewbooks Recently, new ideas about ‘artificial intelligence’ and ‘cognitive computing systems’ in education have been advanced by major computing and educational businesses. How might these ideas and the technical … Continue reading

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Who owns educational theory? Pearson, big data and the ‘theory gap’

Ben Williamson Who owns big data? This is the important question posed by Evelyn Ruppert in a recent short article which details how big data are: the product of different actors and technologies involved in its generation (digital platforms, mobile … Continue reading

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