Today we were supposed to be in Reggio Emilia, in our 4th Transnational meeting. The coronavirus crisis of course changed the plans, but we didn't stop working. We met on-line in a very productive meeting. All the partners participated, and we could plan, as far as it is possible these days, on how to continue the activities of our project. Right now Germany, Greece and Italy are developing their contents, to be tested whenever we can all meet the students again. Meanwhile, some very interesting improvements have been made in the platform, and we are developing a much friendly tutorbot!! [...]
Our partner in Greece Aketh is planning to present Tutorbot project in the 6th International Conference for the Promotion of Educational Innovation, to be held in Larissa, Greece on October 16th, 17 th & 18th 2020. We are sure the experience of Tutorbot is interesting to be shared in this context! We'll keep you posted 😉
On October 14th and 15th the third transnational meeting of the project was held in Barcelona, at Convent de Sant Agustí. Although we faced quite some difficulties to arrive due to local protests, everything went well and all the partners could arrive fine and on time. Two days of intensive work, focused on training methodologies for chatbots: finding out technical improvements of the platform, sharing with the partners the learnings of the Alpha version implementation developed in Spain and training to start the Beta testing in Italy, Germany and Greece. Natural Language Engine, here is the first thing to train, [...]
On abril 9th and 10th 2019, the second partners meeting took place in Mons. Two days of interesting work and applied interaction with our Tutorbot: the platform is already starting to work and now it's time to learn how to use it and work on the first test Chatbot Alpha. From now, we are starting to translate into the different partners languages the platform, and start to train the Bot in all these new languages...huge work! Next meeting is foreseen in Barcelona, on october 2019. We are happy to see that the project is concreting it objectives!
Mathieu Latrubesse, CEO of Edulog, was invited to present the Tutorbot Project in a French National Conference about Artificial Intelligence, held in Paris in October 2018. In a workshop called "The valorization of skills in the era of artificial intelligence", Edulog shared the table with the start up Studizz and with AssessFirst. Check the minutes of the conference here: http://www.agence-erasmus.fr/docs/2740_actes-europass-euroguidance-cec-2018.pdf