The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the global digitalisation of education, with advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence set to define the future of learning. Photo: helloabc/Shutterstock
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the global digitalisation of education, with advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence set to define the future of learning. Photo: helloabc/Shutterstock

How edtech innovation could change global learning habits long after Covid-19

  • China tipped to lead global growth in use of technology in education to meet industry’s huge, untapped potential and surging demand sparked by pandemic
  • Experts at virtual Edventures Global Business Acceleration Summit call for change in mindset of educators and start-ups to offer more effective solutions

The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the global digitalisation of education, with advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence set to define the future of learning. Photo: helloabc/Shutterstock
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the global digitalisation of education, with advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence set to define the future of learning. Photo: helloabc/Shutterstock
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