Professor and Director of the Center for Change and Complexity in Learning (C3L), University of South Australia, Professor of Practice in Psychology, The University of Texas at Arlington
George Siemens researches how human and artificial cognition intersect in knowledge processes. He has delivered keynote addresses in more than 40 countries on the influence of technology and media on education, organizations, and society. George is a founding president of the Society for Learning Analytics Research. He has advised government agencies and universities around the world on digital learning and utilizing learning analytics for assessing and evaluating productivity gains in the education sector and improving learner results. In 2008, he pioneered massive open online courses (MOOCs). His current projects, Global Research Alliance for AI in Learning and Education (GRAILE – www.graile.ai) and SenseAI focus on analyzing how AI is deployed in learning and knowledge settings and the leadership capabilities needed to enable and support this work.