Can we average up the total statements we see the day (+1) of an email nudge, vs. other days
Do not become overly reliant on data for your conclusions. Analytics can lead you to some interesting ideas, but you need to get out and actually do the work to prove the correlation / causations that you see. See: The Big Short.
Go cannot be ‘brute forced’.
In October, DeepMind was a good amateur.
By March, it was the best in the world
How can we learn from experience?
Wired magazine article on AI… how that can work…
This is our eco-system.
This is how we do it.
But, my final point today is… just because we could, does it mean we should?
I think you can distill it down to transparency. That will mean explaining yourself and your plans.
But there’s probably more to it and greater minds than mine have been thinking about it.
Jisc, UK HE R&D body, came up with a code of practice that works as a great starting template.
Using Big Data to Shape the Learner Experience
NG BIG DATA TO SHAPE THE LEARNER EXPERIEN
Dr Ben Betts - @bbetts
Sounds Amazing. But Also, Scary.
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