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Dr. Myo Thida

Faculty of Mathematics and Science

Dr. Myo Thida obtained her Ph.D. from Kingston University, UK, in 2013, specializing in the intersection of AI and education. She also holds a B.Eng. degree in electrical and electronic engineering from NTU, Singapore (2005), and an MEng degree from the same institution (2008). With a focus on leveraging AI to transform education, Dr. Myo Thida's research interest focuses on developing cutting-edge methodologies and technologies that enhance learning outcomes, foster inclusivity, and promote social equity. Her work aims to harness the potential of AI to address educational challenges, bridge the digital divide, and create more equitable educational opportunities for learners from diverse backgrounds.

Dr. Myo Thida is deeply committed to advocacy and policy initiatives that advance the integration of AI and evidence-based approaches within educational systems. Her aim is to ensure AI’s ethical and inclusive utilization, fostering a learning environment that empowers learners, educators, and communities. In 2021, Dr. Myo Thida was honored with the ASEAN Science Diploma, acknowledging her expertise and dedication to the field. In 2019, Dr. Myo Thida served as an esteemed ASEAN Science & Technology fellow, where she played a pivotal role in developing a strategic plan for Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy in Myanmar. Through her fellowship, she worked alongside prominent experts and policymakers to shape a vision that leverages scientific advancements and technological innovation to drive sustainable development in Myanmar.

Dr. Myo Thida's interest extends beyond the academic and policy realms. She actively collaborates with local communities, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions to promote STEM education and AI literacy, particularly among underserved populations. By fostering AI education and engagement, she envisions a future where individuals are equipped with the skills to participate actively in an AI-driven society.

Dr. Myo Thida

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