Machines shouldn’t be the only ones that are learning.
Given the interest in guest post on College Rankings done by AI, we point out paper with deeper description of algorithms, and we answer some questions.
What if, instead of relying on US & World Report subjective methods, we tried to rely on more object data analysis for college rankings? Here is one exploration of possibilities, using neural networks and the College Scorecard.
It was two years ago, give or take a week, that the MOOC mania started. Think about the effects on higher education of this seminal event and how short a time it has been. In the past two years online education and ed tech have moved into the front pages, being discussed in the front […]
Last week, edX made a splashy spectacle of an announcement about automated essay grading, leaving educators fuming. Let’s rethink their claims. “Give Professors a break,” the New York Times suggested in this joint press release from edX, Harvard, and MIT. The breathless story weaves a tale of robo-professors taking over the grading process, leaving professors […]