How To Best Design and Build AI Education Products?

Tue Apr 02 2024 at 05:30 pm to 07:00 pm

Harvard Innovation Labs, Western Avenue, Allston, MA, USA | Boston

Aleksandar Lazovski
Publisher/HostAleksandar Lazovski
How To Best Design and Build AI Education Products?
Calling all ed-tech entrepreneurs! Join us for a dynamic in-person event centered around founding and building AI-powered ed-tech startups.
About this Event

Join us at the Harvard Innovation Lab for a founders fireside chat!
We will explore topics at the intersection of AI, education, product development, and business (entrepreneurship).

Central Questions include:

  • Key Considerations in Designing AI Solutions for educational settings
  • Balancing Innovation with Ethical and Privacy Concerns in AI education tools
  • Strategies for Effective Implementation and Integration of AI in educational environments

Please note that the event will have a Q&A session where you could have the opportunity to ask your questions to the founders.


Pat Yongpradit is the Chief Academic Officer for, a non-profit dedicated to promoting computer science education, and lead of , an initiative to guide education leaders and policymakers in transforming education in an age of AI. As an international voice on computer science education, Pat has influenced each stage of the education system, from policy to practice, in the legislature, and in the classroom.


Yusuf Ahmad is the Co-Founder and CEO of , a tech nonprofit that empowers educators & impact organizations to build their own AI tools.

Prior to founding Playlab, Yusuf led new product development for Teach For America, contributed to Scratch (a creative coding platform used by millions of kids), researched at the MIT Media Lab, and was on the founding team of ALU & ALX, a pan-African network of universities and alternative higher ed pathways.
Vincent Zhang is the Co-Founder and CEO of , an AI math tutor for every K–12 student. Vincent is a Harvard Business School '23 alum and 3x mission-driven EdTech founder.

With 12 years of experience, he has co-founded Canada's largest college tutoring service for international students and scaled a virtual language learning startup across 10 countries. His work is characterized by a deep commitment to personalized learning and democratizing education through technology.

Who should attend?

The event is designed for founders, aspiring entrepreneurs in the ed-tech space, and those curious about artificial intelligence and education.


This event is free, but registration is required. Tickets are capped at 100 participants.
Secure your spot by March 28, 2024. Please also note that entrance to the venue will only be permitted with an Eventbrite QR code.

For more information, please contact Aleksandar Lazovski, Lead Organizer, at [email protected], Ed.M. Candidate at Harvard Graduate School of Education and AIED Fellow.

We look forward to welcoming you to an afternoon of insightful discussions with fellow entrepreneurs and founders!


The event will take place at the Harvard Innovation Lab (Google Maps location). Upon arrival, you will need to present your Eventbrite QR code to be able to participate in the event.
The event on April 2, 2024, will start promptly at 17:30 and close at 19:00.

Credits: The event cover was created using; a GenAI image creator using the Midjourney v4 engine.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Harvard Innovation Labs, Western Avenue, Allston, MA, USA, 125 Western Avenue, Boston, United States


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