Speaker "Paul Edelblut" Details Back



ChatGPT is 20 years behind!


With the recent media storm around ChatGPT Artificial Intelligence has been democratized and, much like the Gold Rush of the 1800s, there has been rapid acceptance and an explosion of applications of the technology. In this session we will review decades of both the application and use of AI in education and training settings, a field that is often slow to adopt new technology. We will explore specific use cases familiar to many in the audience with and MBA and dive deeper into how a neurosynthetic approach is used to create a machine that can perform like a human.

Who is this presentation for?
Managers overseeing teams, particularly technical teams that interface with clients and customers.

Prerequisite knowledge:
Management, Communication Skills, Linguistics, Artificial Intelligence

What you'll learn?
Attendees will learn a brief history of AI in Education/Training, they will explore several use-cases and the impact on workforce development. Additionally, they will learn how a machine was able to achieve and surpass the organic brain on certain tasks.


Paul Edelblut is the Vice President of Cognitive Computing for Vantage Labs based in the USA. Pauls’ nearly 30 years of experience in both education and technology include a number of posts including; teacher, trainer, author, and product developer. Mr. Edelblut is known for his contributions on more than 7 books in the field of medical licensure and for bringing Artificial Intelligence to large scale assessments at GMAC, ACT, ACER, ACARA, the US-CIS and the United Nations. Recently, Paul has focused on leveraging Big Data to revolutionize assessments around the world. Paul has published more than 50 papers and presented at more than 150 conferences. His recent chapter in Adaptive Instructional Systems (Springer 2020) highlights the power of AI to provide real-time adaptive feedback to students leading to dramatic improvements in knowledge.