AI in Education / (Dis)embodied interActIons

October 24-25, 2024 at the Université Paris Nanterre

(Nanterre, France)

Advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) are changing how languages are being taught and learned. Existing AI technologies can plan entire lessons for teachers and even provide realistic communication practice for learners; it is therefore important to analyze how these tools are being used and how they are shaping L2 learning experiences.

This first international conference group invites researchers from all over to join the discussion on this rapidly evolving field. Specialists in a variety of fields, including but not limited linguistics, education, communications, and public policy, are strongly encouraged to submit proposals.



**Organizational and communications support was also provided by the Associazione Nazionale Insegnanti Lingue Stranieri, particularly the ANILS Mondo network.