Revisiting How People Learn Inspired by Machine Learning

Zui Cheng
May 27, 2021 16:00 ~ 17:30
Room 109, Building C, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Machine learning has become increasingly popular nowadays. It has been applied in a variety of fields, such as artificial intelligence, translation, system management, robotics, logistics, as well as education. When machines can be responsible for many more jobs traditionally operated by human-beings, many interesting questions pop up. How do machines learn? How do people learn? And what might learning look like in the 21st century when we need to develop important competencies like creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication skills to shape the world? Join this conversation and explore these interesting questions!

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Zui CHENG

Zui CHENG

Dr. Zui Cheng received her Ph.D. degree in Learning Design and Technology from Purdue University.