The impact of cognitive computing on computing education

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STEMtech is an annual conference focusing on advancing education in science, technology, engineering and maths, bringing together industry, educators and government policy makers.

At this year’s STEMtech, Dale Lane from IBM’s ETS gave a talk explaining Cognitive Computing and introduced and led a lively discussion on how this will change the way that children are taught about computers.

A copy of the slides that were used to introduce the discussion can be found here.

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