Turner’s Jeroen Visscher takes part in the NLAIC, a public-private cooperation that supports and connects AI initiatives. He leads the Education work group, working on various initiatives several AI-projects that benefit both students and teachers. One of these is the project of FeedbackFruits. This Edtech scale-up offers an AI solution that automatically gives feedback on their writing to higher education students. This should reduce the workload of teachers and improve students’ understanding. One of the key question is whether the tool actually reduces the workload of lecturers. This is what we are working on in the Education work group.
AI Jeroen Visscher from Turner is helping to establish the Dutch AI Coalition Turner’s managing partner Jeroen Visscher is going to commit to himself to lay down the public-private collaboration within the Dutch AI Coalition (NL AIC). In this coalition the government, businesses, educational and research facilities, and social enterprises are going to work together […]