prof. Rimvydas Petrauskas
Dr Birutė Miškinienė
Dr Clément Duhart
What more interesting than living during the times of Internet century? All aspects of the society are changing faster than it has never be done. What can be the expectation of the Y student generation in class. Almost every knowledge is available on Internet and social networks are amazing tools to get help and advices. What can be the role of a professor in such time? What can be the difference between knowledge and education? How can we learn something that we even don't know it exist? What is the link of all of these questions with the Artificial Intelligence? May be the difference between education and skills based knowledge... During the talk, we wil explore some of these aspects in order to help you in designing new ideas for Education Technologies based on most recent progress in Artificial Intelligence and neuro sciences.
Participants will present their ideas-challenges with a short 1-minute recording.
Hacking business logic
Sustainability, EdTech and Impact
Get to know more about the importance of sustainability and what the Edtech field could learn from the Fintech field.
Sustainability, EdTech and Impact
The world needs entrepreneurs, not employees. Co-creation and innovation are the core path to solve major challenges facing society and prepare children for the challenges in the future. The key shift in skillset requires a cross-disciplinary approach. So, where we can find resources? First of all, entrepreneurs and educators able to create new values and services for the society of the future.
Technologies developed to help physicists to understand the origin of our universe did such more than providing us with nuclear energy and the World Wide Web. This presentation will give you an idea about how to lift the secrets of the ancient Egyptian pyramids, detect counterfeit renaissance paintings, and how to use a particle beam to cure cancer with innovations stemming from fundamental research.
iKnow-how: good practices. Learning value for business: How is it done? How will it look in 2030?
"Learning value for business: How is it done? How will it look in 2030?
What if you knew how to uniquely motivate each employee and help them work better together as a team? Organizations move away from the command-and-control management style to creating a culture that focuses on people's strengths and development. Making this change will help employees -- and customers -- have better experiences at your company. A positive approach. But not a "soft" one.
Discover how a game engine became the base technology for a variety of industries across the globe. Learn how Unity is being used by working professionals and how Educators are preparing students for tomorrow's jobs.
Future has stopped working. Restart now?
Over the next decade, digital transformation and automation will further redefine the global workforce: companies will have to reinvent themselves and provide both the resources and the opportunity for lifelong learning.
Data speaks for itself: The World Economic Forum’s initiative aims to provide one billion people with better skills and jobs by 2030. Coursera, along with Salesforce, LinkedIn, and other tech leaders, pledged to upskill 10 million workers over the next decade in high-demand domains including data science, technology, and business.
This panel will connect global tech leaders and startup representatives, aiming to turn talk into action by initiating a collaboration.
Moderator: Ainius Lašas, Faculty Dean @ KTU Featuring:
Danielius Stasiulis, CEO@BitDegree
Jarūnė Preikšaitė, Board member @ Women Go Tech
Jurgita Petrauskienė, Lithuanian Education and Science Attaché @ OECD
Eglė Vinauskaitė, Learning Strategist & Director @ Skillbright Labs
Digital detox: day offline