Industry Leaders


Global Speakers


Case Studies


Networking Days


Site Tours


Champagne Networking

About This Forum

Join us at the AI in Education Forum, the premier event for educators, administrators, researchers, and AI experts, as we converge in Sydney, Australia, from 4 - 6 December 2023. This groundbreaking conference is your opportunity to delve into the transformative potential of artificial intelligence in shaping the future of education.

At this cutting-edge conference, you will experience an inspiring blend of keynote presentations, interactive workshops, and engaging panel discussions led by renowned experts in the fields of AI, education, and technology. Together, we will explore the latest advancements in AI-driven teaching, such as integrating AI-driven technologies in the classroom, personalized learning and AI-enhanced adaptive learning systems, ethical considerations of AI in education, preparing educators and students for an AI-powered future, addressing the digital divide and ensuring equitable access to AI in education, and real-world case studies and success stories from AI-driven educational initiatives.

This forum is more than just a gathering of experts; it's an opportunity to be part of a transformative movement shaping the future of education. We look forward to welcoming you to Sydney in December 2023 for an engaging and enlightening experience at the AI in Education Forum. Join us and be part of this exciting event that will shape the future of education.


Global Thought Leaders & Speakers

Associate Prof. Danny Liu

Associate Professor & Interim Academic Director, Educational Innovation

University of Sydney

Prof. Vishal Rana

Lecturer in Management

Griffith University

Terrena Hooper

Course Coordinator and Lecturer in Business

University of the Sunshine Coast

Dr. Tomas Trescak

Director of Academic Program in ICT, Senior Lecturer in Intelligent Systems

Western Sydney University

Prof. Fang Chen

Executive Director Data Science & Distinguished Professor; NSW Government AI Advisory Committee

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Bert Verhoeven

Program Director Innovation and Enterprise

Flinders University

Wes Warner

Head of Innovation, Entrepreneurialism and Business

Pacific Lutheran College

Associate Prof. Ana Hol

Associate Dean, Learning and Teaching, School of Computer, Data and Mathematical Sciences

Western Sydney University

Prof. Niloufer Selvadurai

Professor of Technology Law, Director of Research & Innovation, Macquarie Law School

Macquarie University

Prof. Karley Beckman

Senior Lecturer in Digital Technologies For Learning, School of Education

University of Wollongong

Prof. Nalini Pather

Associate Dean Education Innovation & Co-Director UNSW Scientia Education Academy

University of New South Wales (UNSW)

Susan Gibson

Head of Data Analytics

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Prof. Bernardo Pereira Nunes

Senior Lecturer & Sub Dean (Academic Integrity)

The Australian National University

Dr. Shibani Antonette

Lecturer of TransDisciplinary Innovation

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Prof. Michael Keppell

Former Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Learning and Teaching

International College of Management Sydney (ICMS)

Bret Stephenson

Principal Advisor, Data and Ethics

La Trobe University

Dr. Ambarish Kulkarni

Associate Professor and Director Vehicle Engineering Team

Swinburne University of Technology

Prof. Pubudu Pathirana

Professor & Head of Discipline of Mechatronics, Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Deakin University

Associate Prof. Matt Bower

Professor & Interim Dean for Macquarie School of Education

Macquarie University

Associate Prof. Niusha Shafiabady

Associate Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology

Charles Darwin University

Associate Prof. Anna Boucher

Chair of Discipline of Government and International Relations

University of Sydney

Dr. Yasemin Tekmen

Associate Lecturer, School of Architecture, Design and Planning

University of Sydney

Dr. Angela Huo

Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Dr. Rebecca Marrone

Lecturer, Learning Sciences and Development for the Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning (C3L)

University of South Australia (UniSA)

Matthew Esterman

Director of Innovation and Partnerships

Our Lady of Mercy College Parramatta

MJ Raatz

Head of Department - Esports and Drones

Education Queensland

6 Powerful Reasons To Join Us This December

  • Stay ahead of the curve and explore the cutting-edge advancements in AI that are shaping the future of education, giving your institution the competitive edge it needs to succeed in today's rapidly evolving landscape.
  • Experience ground-breaking AI-powered tools such as LMS, AR/VR, chatbots, voice recognition, and intelligent tutoring systems that will transform the way you teach, engage and inspire your students.
  • Gain exclusive access to a platform that connects you with renowned experts and thought leaders who are driving the AI revolution in education, allowing you to stay on top of the latest developments and insights in the field.
  • Discover how to incorporate AI into your curriculum to empower your students to embrace this rapidly growing field, giving them the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the future job market.
  • Immerse yourself in interactive sessions and exclusive site tours to gain first-hand insights on the latest tools, technologies, and strategies that you can implement in your own educational context to revolutionize the learning experience for your students and transform your institution.
  • Learn from real-life case studies from leading institutions on how you can leverage AI to overcome challenges and create lasting positive change in the education landscape, giving you the inspiration and confidence you need to take your institution to the next level.

Major Conference Themes

How AI Can Be Used To Personalize The Learning Experience For Each Student Based On Their Strengths, Weaknesses, And Preferences

How AI Can Be Used To Create Adaptive Learning Environments That Adjust To Each Student's Needs And Abilities

How AI-Powered Tutoring Systems Can Provide Personalized Guidance And Support To Students

How AI Can Be Used To Grade Assignments And Provide Feedback To Students, Saving Educators Time And Resources

How AI Can Be Used To Analyze Student Data And Predict Their Performance, Allowing Educators To Intervene And Provide Support When Needed

How AI Can Be Used To Create And Deliver Dynamic Content That Adapts To Each Student's Learning Level And Style

How AI-Powered Speech Recognition And Natural Language Processing Tools Can Improve Language Learning And Communication Skills

How AI-Powered Augmented And Virtual Reality Tools Can Create Immersive Learning Experiences And Enhance Student Engagement

How AI-Powered Games And Simulations Can Engage Students And Promote Learning Through Interactive Experiences

The Use Of AI To Analyze Student Engagement And Learning Outcomes In Digital Learning Environments

How AI Can Be Used To Design And Develop Curriculum That Is Aligned With Student Needs And Abilities

The Use Of AI-Powered Virtual Assistants To Provide Support To Students And Educators, Answering Questions And Providing Guidance

The Use Of AI To Mine Educational Data To Identify Patterns And Trends, And Improve Decision-Making

AI-Powered Collaborative Learning Systems Can Facilitate Group Work And Peer-To-Peer Learning, Providing Students With Valuable Social And Cognitive Skills

How AI Can Assist In Providing A Range Of Student Support Services, Including Mental Health Counseling, Financial Aid Advising, And Academic Advising

How Voice-Based AI Technologies Can Provide Students With Hands-Free Access To Educational Resources And Information

Conference At A Glance

  • How AI can be used to personalize the learning experience for each student based on their strengths, weaknesses, and preferences.
  • How AI can be used to create adaptive learning environments that adjust to each student's needs and abilities.
  • How AI can be used to create and deliver dynamic content that adapts to each student's learning level and style.
  • Debate Session: Is the ban of ChatGPT in Australia's state schools valid? Can we teach with ChatGPT?
  • AI-powered collaborative learning systems can facilitate group work and peer-to-peer learning, providing students with valuable social and cognitive skills.
  • How AI can be used to design and develop curriculum that is aligned with student needs and abilities.
  • How AI-powered games and simulations can engage students and promote learning through interactive experiences.
  • Panel Address: "The Implications of Generative AI for Teaching and Learning"
  • Site Tour 1: University of New South Wales' (UNSW) Digital Teaching Studio
  • Site Tour 2: NSW Institute of Applied Technology Digital (IAT-D) Campus

Download Brochure

You can download our conference brochure below. If you have any inquiries on this conference, please contact our Program Advisor at [email protected] or call us at:

Singapore and Asia Pacific: +65 6716 9980
Australia and New Zealand: +61 3 9909 7310
UK, Europe and Middle East: +44 (020) 335 57898
USA: +1 888 745 8875

4 December 2023: Champagne Networking Session

We would like to invite you to the champagne networking session at the end of the first day of our conference. During this event, you will have the opportunity to network with a wide range of industry leaders and business partners, as well as broaden your business networks.

This powerful networking session will give you access to key influencers and our partners in the industry who have a wealth of experience and knowledge through the sessions they deliver at the main conference.

6 December 2023: Site Tour to University of New South Wales' (UNSW) Digital Teaching Studio

The Digital Teaching Studio at University of New South Wales' (UNSW) School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering is an avant-garde facility focused on innovating digital teaching via innovative technologies such as AI and data analytics. In line with the forum's goals, the studio implements AI-powered digital tools in teaching, offering attendees firsthand exposure to their transformative potential. Touring this facility, participants will gain insights into latest digital teaching methodologies and AI-driven technologies, and network with experts who can share their knowledge in this rapidly evolving field.

6 December 2023: Site Tour to NSW Institute of Applied Technology-Digital (IAT-D) Campus

The NSW Institute of Applied Technology-Digital (IAT-D) campus in Sydney is a renowned educational center, emphasizing the application of digital technologies in tackling real-world educational challenges across various sectors. The campus is known for its productive partnerships with industry stakeholders and public institutions, producing ground-breaking solutions that propel educational advancement and societal development. By visiting the center, forum participants can learn about cutting-edge AI innovations and educational technologies, and gain insights into how advanced analytics is transforming industries and shaping the future of work. Participants will also have the opportunity to connect with leading experts in the field and explore potential avenues for future collaboration.