Youngest presenter to present a research paper on “Voice Assistant – Alexa: A learnability tool for a new era of education” at the 3rd “Future of Learning Conference 2020” at IIM Bangalore
It was a distinct honour to be the youngest presenter at the esteemed Future of Learning Conference 2020, held at the prestigious Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB). The conference, a convergence of some of the brightest minds in education, provided a platform to delve into the future of learning and educational technology. Among several scholars and educators present, I stood as a testament to the power of youth-driven innovation.
My presentation centred around a groundbreaking research paper titled “Voice Assistant – Alexa: A Learnability Tool for the New Era of Education.” In this paper, I explored the transformative potential of voice assistant technology, specifically focusing on Amazon’s Alexa as an invaluable tool in modern education. My paper delved deep into the practical applications of voice assistants in enhancing learning experiences, promoting interactive education, and fostering a more inclusive classroom environment.
Presenting this research at the renowned IIMB was a momentous occasion. The conference provided a dynamic platform for scholars, educators, and innovators to exchange ideas, discuss emerging trends, and envision the future of education. As the youngest presenter, I not only shared my insights but also demonstrated the capabilities of the younger generation in shaping the discourse on the future of learning.
Presented Research Paper at INCON 2019 & INCON 2020 ( International Conference at ASM)
Presenting my research papers at the International Conference at ASM (INCON) 2019 & 2020 was a pivotal moment in my academic journey. The conference, renowned for its global scholarly discourse, provided an ideal platform to share my insights and engage with esteemed peers and experts in the field.