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Using Augmented and Virtual Reality Technologies to Promote Embodied Learning

On Friday, April 19th, 2024, the TEIL Seminar Series wrapped up a successful year-long series with a talk presented by Candace Walkington, PhD. Her discussion delved into enhancing students’ mathematical reasoning with virtual and augmented reality technology.  

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Deep Learning Strategies to Best Utilize [Un-]structured Medical Data: From Clinical Notes to Holistic Measures

 

On Friday, March 8th, 2024, the TEIL Seminar Series featured guest speaker Mark V Albert, PhD, who led a discussion detailing his work using deep learning and artificial intelligence to enhance medical outcomes. 

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Large Language Models are Large Cultural Disasters: Looking at LLMs Beyond the Language They Generate

On Friday, February 9th, 2024, the SMU campus welcomed Pete H Smith Jr, PhD in hosting a discussion regarding the cultural shortcomings of Large Language Model (LLM) technology, and how we might work to represent global values and traditions. 

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Open-World Training Environments for Human and AI Learners

On Friday, November 10th, 2023, Co-Director of the Center for Engineering Innovation (CEI) at UT Dallas, Eric Kildebeck, M.D., Ph.D., visited the SMU Campus to hold a discussion about the work that is done at the CEI and its implications for the future.

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TEIL Faculty Members Speak at GRAILE Conference 

Corey Brady, PhD speaking in the "Advancing the Science of Collaboration through AI" panel
Corey Brady, PhD, “Advancing the Science of Collaboration through AI” panelist.

Last week, TEIL faculty members participated in the Empowering Learners for the Age of AI (ELAI) 2023 Global Conference. ELAI discusses the research and practice of using AI in schools, universities, and corporations. Topics discussed in this conference included the potential of AI as a tool in learning, teaching, and developing, how AI can be used to progress education, and how to develop students’ AI literacy. 

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Immersive Learning Research at SMU: Past, Present and Future

On Friday, October 13th, 2023, Eric G. Bring, MD, PhD, and Tony Cuevas, PhD, spoke about the research in the field of virtual reality learning and immersive learning at SMU. These two fields are the focus of some of the projects that members of the Technology-Enhanced Immersive Learning (TEIL) cluster are working on. 

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2022-2023 TEIL Cluster Speaker Series

The TEIL Cluster Speaker Series is aimed at igniting ideas and fostering discussion about the trends, issues and potential impact of Technology-Enhanced Immersive Learning on education. The inaugural series focuses on Artificial Intelligence in Education.