Digital Future

Group members names

  1. Sonal
  2.  Wenkai Li
  3. Sichen Lai
  4.  Yuhang Xie

Smart City

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Smart cities continue to evolve with AI-driven technologies, enhancing efficiency and sustainability. The future of AI promises innovation in healthcare, transportation, and more, revolutionizing industries worldwide.

Artificial Intelligence 

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Artificial intelligence has seen rapid advancements in various fields, from machine learning to robotics. The future holds potential for AI to revolutionize industries, but also raises ethical and societal concerns.

The video of the future of artificial intelligence 

AI: What is the future of artificial intelligence? – BBC News

The use of digital technologies in education is increasing as a new policy tool. This paper provides a survey and overview of the use of digital policy tools in teaching and offers two detailed case studies that introduce new digital data systems.

First, we present a large-scale online database produced by “Pearson Education” called “The Learning Curve.” This database uses highly sophisticated digital interactive data visualization techniques to build knowledge about the education system ( Williamson, 2016, pp.123-141). Education policymakers can better understand and manage education systems through this digital tool.

The second case study examines “learning analytics” platforms that track and predict student performance through digital data on students. These digital policy tools embody the digital database tools and infrastructures now central to understanding, managing, and regulating education nationally and globally.

The emergence of digital education management technologies has decentralized and shifted the management of education to new digital “computational centers” such as Pearson and Knewton, which have the technological expertise to compute and visualize data, as well as the predictive analytics capacity to anticipate and pre-empt future developments in education (Williamson, 2016, pp.123-141). These emerging digital policy tools herald the emergence of ‘real-time’ and ‘future’ technologies for digital education management.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) plays an active role in helping its Member States to develop and implement ICT in education policies and programs to ensure that all people have access to equitable and inclusive lifelong learning opportunities in order to achieve the Education 2030 goals (UNESCO, 2023). To this end, UNESCO is developing a global ICT in education policy guide to illustrate how ICT can contribute to progress towards the Education 2030 goals.

UNESCO has worked with Ministry of Education officials and other stakeholders to develop coherent goals for integrating ICT into education and has facilitated the development of appropriate policies and master plans to advance these goals and create an enabling environment (UNESCO, 2023). Through its policy toolkits and workshops, UNESCO helps guide the creation, planning, and evaluation of cross-sectoral or sector-wide ICT in education policies and programs.

UNESCO also helps its Member States to take stock of lessons learned in other countries. The organization regularly publishes studies on ICT education policies in different countries to identify best practices, analyze emerging trends, and make recommendations. In addition, it organizes regional ICT education ministers’ forums to facilitate knowledge exchange across borders.

Overall, ‘Artificial Intelligence For Dummies’ (Second Edition) is a comprehensive introductory guide to the basics and applications of artificial intelligence, suitable for readers who are interested in artificial intelligence but do not have a professional background. It provides a wide range of information, from data processing to deep learning, to different application fields, with detailed explanations and examples. In addition, the book also emphasizes ethicale field of artificial intelligence. and privacy issues, emphasizing the ethical and legal issues that need to be considered when working in th

Overall, UNESCO is committed to helping countries develop policies that utilize the power of ICT to expand and improve education to achieve Sustainable Development Goals.

Comprehensive resources on the latest development and innovative practices of artificial intelligence in the field of educational technology. It provides a wealth of case studies and application examples, emphasizing how artificial intelligence can change the way education is conducted, and providing important insights on ethical and privacy issues. This book has important reference value for education practitioners, researchers, and decision-makers, helping them better understand and utilize the potential of artificial intelligence in education.

Reference List

  1. BBC, (2023, April 22), AI: What is the future of artificial intelligence?-BBC News, Youtube, 
  2. Mueller, J., & Massaron, L. (2022). Artificial intelligence (Second edition.). For Dummies.
  3. Schlippe, T., Wang, T., Cheng, E. C. K., & Beligiannis, G. N. (2023). Artificial Intelligence in Education Technologies: New Development and Innovative Practices: Proceedings of 2022 3rd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education Technology (Vol. 154). Springer Nature Singapore.
  4. Williamson, B. (2016). Digital education governance: data visualization, predictive analytics, and “real-time” policy instruments. Journal of Education Policy, 31(2), 123–141.
  5. UNESCO. (2023, September 14). Digital learning policies.