Numerous examples of artificial intelligence are around us now. Is it really a stretch to start thinking about how AI can be infused into the classroom?
By John Markoff
International New York Times
Experts explore questions about systems that would make decisions without human input. Eight years after leading artificial intelligence scientists said their field did not need to be regulated, the question of government oversight has re-emerged as the technology has rapidly progressed.
By J. Mason
Online Learning Tips Editor
In an age of digital learning we keep finding new ways to avoid reading for class. Through app highlighting features, shortcuts through keyword searching, and chapter skipping, it's only a matter of time until we have roboreaders reading and taking the dictation for us. AI isn't the solution here. This is about educating yourself through a traditional means, asking questions and reading the material.