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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Education Technology Insights
May 23, 2019

Education Technology Insights Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
AI-based malware ranks above the already complete list of evasion technology the internet uses today, with new techniques such as botnets and cryptomining discovered.
The maintenance of digital equity often gets harder due to the inclusion of technology, and to combat this, school authorities need to enable every student to access technology equally.
Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) are revolutionizing the education sector, giving rise to new and innovative teaching approaches.The adaptive learning technology offers an excellent opportunity for educators to employ adaptive..
Featured Vendors
bulb is a beautiful, easy to use digital portfolio for students to tell their learning story.
GoGuardian provides software for schools to help manage devices and deliver more effective digital learning environments.
The company aims to harness latest advancements in artificial intelligence to develop a next-generation English language learning solution for children.
CIO Viewpoint
Sharyne Miller, Associate Vice Chancellor of Technology and CIO, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
CIOs often feel as though they are spinning many plates, hoping none of them will fall and break.
Becky Vasquez, VP & CIO, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a market trend with capability to shape the education landscape.
CXO Insights
By Doug McCollum, Senior Vice President and head of Curriculum and Products, K12
As AI technology is deployed, we can expect an increase in student outcomes and teacher effectiveness to become the norm.
By Sammy Amirghodsi, VP, Data Management, Options Clearing Corporation (OCC)
RPA can be used to augment standardized processes that span cross functional systems.