The VICTVS Podcast: Episode 4 – Remote Invigilation, AI, and the Business of Exams

During the recent CES tech event, Samsung’s groundbreaking anti-cheating AI software, PROBA, made a splash, attracting more than 1.6 million views on TikTok. But what does this mean for the future of remote invigilation? Will algorithms become a new source of exam anxiety? Just what else are the tech giants cooking up in the ever evolving EdTech and assessment sphere?

Join us on this episode of The VICTVS Podcast as we embark on a journey to uncover the trailblazers, the innovators, and the forces reshaping the landscape of education and assessments. Let’s unravel the fascinating developments as we also discuss the rapid ascent of remote invigilation during and post-pandemic, that has ignited keen interest from the corporate world.

Talking with our guest EdTech industry expert, Geoff Chapman, Co-Founder of World Exam Tech, we cover the current trends in EdTech, and what is coming next. 

Follow us on X at VICTVS @victvsltd, and Geoff Chapman @chappersman.

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About The VICTVS Podcast

At VICTVS, we connect with people all over the world, bringing together a community of like-minded individuals to identify and share in opportunities for meaningful work and collaboration.

In our podcast, we meet with friends and colleagues, along with experts from a wide range of fields, to discuss important topics that affect us all as members of the connected global workforce.

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