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AI2 Lab Fall Feast

AI2 Lab Fall Feast

October 22, 2022

AI2 members at GSU had a Fall Feast event at Dr. Kim's house on October 22, 2022.  It was our first face-to-face fun activity that had been delayed due to the COVID pandemic.  Dr. Kim cooked Korean BBQ (chicken and beef), kmbob (Korean sushi), tteokbokki (spicy Korean rice cake), and some beverages. Also, there was very authentic international food our members brought. There were a lot of leftovers after we ate as full as we could hold.  We should have invited more guests! We will do it next time.  

AI2 members gave a talk about AI-enabled learning analytics.

AI2 members gave a talk about AI-enabled learning analytics.

October 4, 2022

Director Dr. Min Kyu Kim and two graduate research associates, Jinho Kim and Yoojin Bae were invited to present the topic, "AI-Enabled Learning Analytics: Strategies and Examples" at the AI Institute for Adult Learning and Online Education (ALOE) Meetings: Use-Inspired AI. In the presentation, they discussed their ideas on the topic of AI-enabled learning analytics and introduced some research projects in progress to demonstrate how AI can help conduct descriptive, diagnostic, predictive, and prescriptive analytics.

 

Jinho Kim and Lia Haddadian present lastest work at AI-ALOE

Jinho Kim and Lia Haddadian present lastest work at AI-ALOE

August 19, 2022

On August 19, 2022, there was an National Science Foundation (NSF) visit meeting at AI-ALOE with NSF Program Director, James Dolon. With it being approximately a year since the start of the AI-ALOE project, researchers and graduate students discussed their work with agendas such as virtual assistants, participatory design, technology infrasturcure, self-directed learning, learning analytics, personalized learnning, machine teaching and mutual theory of mind. 

Our two project GRAs, Jinho Kim and Lia Haddadian attended in-person to present the findings. At the morning session, Jinho spoke about how the Student Mental Model Analyzer for Research and Teaching (SMART) has been implemented in the pervious semester. During the afternoon session, Jinho presented how textul data is analyzed and evaulated in SMART. Lia showed how SMART can be used as a personalized learning tool. 

Link to AI-ALOE News Post

Min Kyu Kim was invited to present his work on adult learner motivation

Min Kyu Kim was invited to present his work on adult learner motivation

July 29, 2022

Director Dr. Min Kyu Kim was invited to give a talk about adult motivation research at the AI Institute for Adult Learning and Online Education (ALOE) Meetings: AI Research Exploration. In the presentation, building on his previous studies and the literature review, Dr. Kim shared learning-related motivational theories and what we need to consider for motivation research in online adult education settings such as AI ALOE.