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The future is multimodal – podcast from AI_ducation
February 22, 2024
Some months ago, Alessandra Antonaci and Filippo Chiarello,  members of the Encore project, invited Daniele Di Mitri to discuss his research in multimodal AI le
SWK-Talk: Large Language Models and their potential in the education system
January 31, 2024
In the SWK Talk Special "Large Language Models and their potential in the education system" on 18.01.2024, the SWK (Standing Conference of the Ministers of Educ...
New Pub: From the Automated Assessment of Student Essay Content to Highly Informative Feedback: a Case Study
January 29, 2024
How can we give students highly informative feedback on their essays using natural language processing? In our new paper, led by Sebastian Gombert, we presen...
Interview: A Controlled Way to Better Teaching and Learning with AI
January 20, 2024
DIPFblog Interview with Dr. Daniele Di Mitri about the project "HyTea – Model for Hybrid Teaching“ Artificial intelligence (AI) has the poten
New Article – Gender diversity dynamics in a Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
January 15, 2024
The heart of our study was to elaborate on the impact of gender diversity on emergent team roles during Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL). Using an escape game as our experimental playground, we ensured that social interactions were authentic and reflective of real-world scenarios. 👩‍💻👨‍💻 Dive into the details of our research to discover: 1️⃣ How gender diversity influences emergent team roles in CSCL group communication. 2️⃣ The innovative method of identifying these roles through AI-supported group communication analysis. 3️⃣ The role of gender diversity in shaping the group learning process.
New Pub: Toward a comprehensive framework of social presence
January 12, 2024
Today, students in higher education likely come into contact with different modes of learning, e.g. online learning, blended learning, and, increasingly, hy...
How to improve Knowledge Tracing with hybrid machine learning techniques
January 4, 2024
Knowledge Tracing is a well-known problem in AI for Education. It consists of monitoring how the student's knowledge changes during the learning process and...
2023 in a Nutshell: A year of unbridled discovery, innovation, and collaboration, and a little help of AI. 
December 21, 2023
What made this year special? Is it possible to reduce this year to just a few essential words? With all the people in our group, the many projects we worked...

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