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EPALE podcast: Artificial intelligence in adult learning and education

When looking at AI and adult learning, the link between them is still blurry and its capitalization remains unexplored ground for many adult educators and ALE providers. Why does AI still feel like a sci-fi movie, even though it has already become part of our lives? And how can adult learning demystify it?

When looking at AI and adult learning, the link between them is still blurry and its capitalization remains unexplored ground for many adult educators and ALE providers.

During this EPALE podcast, EPALE Thematic Expert Gina Ebner and her guests reflect on the opportunities of AI for adult education, from validation of prior learning to transformative learning. They also discuss why AI still feels like a sci-fi movie, even though it has already become part of our lives, and how adult learning can demystify it. 

Listen to the podcast:

Contributing experts

  • Anni Karttunen, Senior Education Policy Specialist at Globedu, Finland
  • Maja Maksimovic, Assistant Professor at the Department for Pedagogy and Andragogy/Adult Education, Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Key resources

SITRA, Finnish Innovation Fund

AI/VI game developed in Serbia

Credits

Podcast by EAEA.


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