One of the most critical questions that any education leaders must ask themselves before implementing an education technology product that utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) is: “Will my educato
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Ben leads data science, data engineering, business intelligence, and cloud computing. He is currently working on a comprehensive Artificial Intelligence strategy for all Edmentum products, as well as building a system of machine learning algorithms to predict customer behavior with prescriptive recommendations for intervention. Prior to joining Edmentum, Ben led Artificial Intelligence strategy and capability for Travelers Insurance. Before that, he spent several years in consulting and product development leading data science and analytic organizations. Ben earned his BS in Economics & Statistics from the University of Minnesota and his MS in Econometrics and Mathematical Statistics from the University of Rome – Tor Vergata.
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According to a report by Scholastic and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, teachers work an average of 10 hours and 40 minutes each day, or over 53 hours per week. One of the reasons educators implement online learning is to save time, but with the continued growth and evolution of available tools, teachers often face an information and feature overload that can outweigh potential time savings and even limit the success of the implementation. The key to unlocking time-saving success could be artificial intelligence.