Better understanding the opportunities and challenges of AI will help education systems decide what and how students should learn
Artificial intelligence (AI), and the personalisation of learning, could have made education during the COVID-19 crisis look a lot different.
A timely new report, Dream Jobs, about what young people think about their futures and how they might get there.
It’s probably fair to say that AI is ethically neutral. But AI is always in the hands of people who are not neutral.
Technology has changed the way societies function, and schools will need to adapt in order to prepare students for the technology-rich environments they will face. But the gadget-filled modern world is still relatively new, and understanding how education should respond to it is still a work-in-progress.