Access insights into AI in education

Claire Halliday
Claire Halliday
Understanding the future of AI in education is vital for Australian educators.
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At this year’s EduTECH conference in Melbourne, organisers are inviting educators to stay ahead of the curve and be prepared for the AI revolution in classrooms across the country.

Sal Khan heads the global education powerhouse, Khan Academy, and offers free courses to over 150 million users worldwide. He’ll be speaking, exclusively, about the latest the technology can offer teachers – and their students – at the upcoming event.

Khan Academy’s latest innovation, Khanmigo, utilises GPT-4 AI technology to transform tutoring. As well as sharing more details about how this new tool can support education in Australian classrooms, he’ll also be revealing groundbreaking insights on AI in education and sharing his vision for personalised learning.

Recognised as one of TIME’s “100 Most Influential People”, Sal Khan has been featured on 60 Minutes and is the author of Brave New Words, a book on AI releasing in 2024.

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Insights beyond boundaries

Attendees can expect to gain a deeper understanding of the potential AI brings to the future of education, including its power to explore new frontiers and break traditional moulds.

Educators can also discover how AI technology, when harnessed effectively, can be a powerful catalyst for student engagement, personalised learning, and academic excellence and explore a global perspective on education and its ability to transcend borders – creating what Mr Khan says will be a more interconnected and empowered world.

Mr Khan will be one of 350 thought leaders scheduled to speak at EduTECH, held at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre across 13-14 August 2024, with discounted rates for early bookings available at the EduTECH website.

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Claire Halliday has an extensive career as a full-time writer - across book publishing, copywriting, podcasting and feature journalism - for more than 25 years. She lives in Melbourne with children, two border collies and a grumpy Burmese cat. Contact: claire.halliday[at]