What is AI today, may not be so tomorrow

Creative Commons have set up four working groups on the Future of Open which have just reported. The working groups are Artificial Intelligence and Open Content Internet Platform Liability Exception and Limitation to address Global Challenges Beyond Copyright: the Ethics of Open Sharing The Key Findings are being presented on 9 November at 1530 UTC and  copies of the Working Group reports can be found on the Creative Commons Medium channel. I have only read the report on Artificial Intelligence and AI so far. Its interesting particularly as they try to define AI to ascertain its potential copyright status. The […]

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Data governance, management and infrastructure

Photo by Brooke Cagle on Unsplash The big ed-tech news this week is the merger of Anthology, an educational management company, with Blackboard who produce learning technology. But as Stephen Downes said “It’s funny, though – the more these companies grow and the wider their enterprise capabilities become, the less relevant they feel, to me at least, to educational technology and online learning.” And there is a revealing quote in an Inside Higher Ed article about the merger. They quote Bill Bauhaus, Blackboards chairman, CEO and president as saying the power of the combined company will flow from its ability […]

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