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Relevant talks:
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Enhancing Skills for New and Current Generations in the Age of AI
Keynote at International Conference: Artificial Intelligence and Higher Education
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Can AI Teach The World?
TEDxAngliaRuskinUniversity
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Recent podcasts and radio
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Show
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How AI is crafting the next era of Education
Deliberate Talks
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Demystified Radio episode 18th February 2024
1032DublinCityFM
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Ep. 28 with Otermans Institute
Tech Shift F9
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AI Teacher Creators
Artificial Intelligence and You
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Dev Aditya & Pauldy Otermans - Otermans Institute
Simplex
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Transforming Learning Landscapes: The Power of AI in Education with Dev Aditya
The CTO Show With Mehmet
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Otermans Institute Interview
At Your Service with Lotus Luthor
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Human AI Teacher Who Can Teach Like Human Teachers Do
Sauga Talks
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Relevant awards and recognitions:
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Achievers Awards Winner
NISAU and British Council
2023
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Winner of Best Multi-National Tech Team at Technology Awards
Business Awards UK
2023
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Winner of Best Cause-Led Technology at Technology Awards
Business Awards UK
2023
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Global Young Innovator
Innovate UK
2021
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Points of Light Award for Education
UK Prime Minister’s office
2021
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Short bio:
Dev Aditya is an AI expert from London, UK. He led the team that built the first Digital Human AI teacher (OIAI) and was awarded by the UK Prime Minister for his work. He has also been an under 30 entrepreneur (Nationwide) and was named a Global Young Innovator by Innovate UK for his work in AI. Dev has conducted research in AI and HCI with The Alan Turing Institute and Brunel University London. He is currently the AI product lead at Otermans Institute.

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