AI assessment brain

The Association of Test Publishers is holding their first ever EdTech and Computational Psychometrics Summit, December 3-4 2020. Due to the coronavirus situation, this of course will be fully virtual. (The 2021 primary ATP conference will be as well, which is a shame!)

ASC has been invited to speak on a panel regarding artificial intelligence (AI) in education and psychometrics. The panelists will review trends and buzzwords, and help listeners make sense of where AI is actually helping and what is still fluff, as well as where the technology is headed in the next few years.

For more information: http://www.globalatpevents.com/ecps/

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Nathan Thompson earned his PhD in Psychometrics from the University of Minnesota, with a focus on computerized adaptive testing. His undergraduate degree was from Luther College with a triple major of Mathematics, Psychology, and Latin. He is primarily interested in the use of AI and software automation to augment and replace the work done by psychometricians, which has provided extensive experience in software design and programming. Dr. Thompson has published over 100 journal articles and conference presentations, but his favorite remains https://pareonline.net/getvn.asp?v=16&n=1.