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Education experts Jeanne Rubner, Esther Wojcicki, Esther Dyson , Neeru Khosla and Ikhlaq Sidhu discuss the impact of AI in schools and universities at the DLD Munich Conference 2024.

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Esther Dyson

Wellville
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Esther Dyson (@edyson on twitter) is executive founder of Wellville, a nonprofit project dedicated to showing the value of investing in health. Wellville advises five communities in the U.S. on accelerating their own health initiatives. Dyson is actively involved in policy and fundraising for the project and spends her extra time nurturing start-ups, with a recent focus on health care.

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Esther Wojcicki

Global Moonshots in Education
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Esther Wojcicki is President and CEO of Global Moonshots in Education. She is widely heralded as one of the most successful educators in the United States. The secret to raising successful people, she believes, lies in: Trust, Respect, Independence, Collaboration, and Kindness.

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Ikhlaq Sidhu

IE University
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Ikhlaq Sidhu is Dean and Professor at the School of Science and Technology at IE University in Madrid. A prolific researcher with seminal work in Internet communications, data, AI, and networks, he has also been the founding faculty director of UC Berkeley’s Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology since 2005.

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Neeru Khosla

CK-12 Foundation
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Neeru Khosla is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of CK-12 Foundation, a not-for-profit organization advancing K-12 STEM education by leveraging the power of AI and open multi-modal content. Mrs. Khosla is one of the founding members of the K-12 Initiative of the Design School at Stanford University.

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Jeanne Rubner

Technical University Munich (TUM)
Jeanne Rubner, Technical University Munich (TUM)

Jeanne Rubner is Vice-President Global Communication and Public engagement at Technical University Munich (TUM). A science journalist for several decades, she started her career as an editor at Süddeutsche Zeitung, then became head of the science and education desk at Bayerischer Rundfunk.

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