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13 May 2024 (Mon)丨12.30 - 13.45 (HKT)丨Online via Zoom

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Designing Assessment for an Age of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can produce outputs that satisfy the requirements of some high-stakes assessments across various disciplines, including law, medicine, and engineering. It has driven concerns about a new wave of AI-enabled cheating and questions about the sustainability and authenticity of current assessment practices.


This presentation explores how assessment needs to change in the age of AI. It draws upon the presenter's work as one of the leaders of the significant Australian project Assessment reform for a time of artificial intelligence, which the Australian higher education regulator funded. The presentation's primary focus is resolving the tension between preparing students for a world permeated by AI and ensuring the integrity and security of assessment.

AI in Education biweekly #21 has arrived

Welcome to our latest #21 newsletter, where we investigate the latest advancements and discussions shaping the future of learning and technology. We recently wrapped up our engaging seminar on "Designing Assessment for an Age of Artificial Intelligence" with critical insights from Professor Phillip DAWSON. Also, we explore head-to-head comparisons between leading AI models like ChatGPT 4o and Gemini 1.5 Pro and introduce groundbreaking tools like Meta's Llama 3 and Google's LearnLM designed to revolutionize educational engagement. Additionally, we tackle the controversies and potential of AI in education with expert commentary and research insights. Whether you're an educator, a technologist, or an AI enthusiast, this newsletter is packed with critical updates and thought-provoking articles to keep you informed and inspired.


Building a Collaborative Community for
Enhancing Artificial Intelligence Applications in Higher Education

Why AI in Education

Despite the promising potential, challenges such as high upfront investment, difficulties in collaboration between educators and developers, and ethical considerations discourage the broader use of AI in higher education.

Led by The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and five other partnering higher education institutions in Hong Kong, this project proposes a collaborative community of seasoned educators and technical experts to provide practitioners with the necessary support and resources to leverage AI tools for innovative pedagogies. 

What AI in Education

Profiling and Prediction

The potential of AI in the future of higher education is enormous. "AI in Higher Education" is the central hub to aggregate and showcase the best AI practices to address diverse teaching and learning needs in higher education.

We aim to empower educators with materials and resources to unleash the full potential of AI in teaching, learning and assessment practices.

Assessment and Evaluation

Adaptive Systems and Personalisation

Intelligent Tutoring System

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"AI in Higher Education" is an interdisciplinary and cross-university collaborative platform

to share insights and expertise

to multiply AI's impacts across higher education institutions in Hong Kong.

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