Artificial Intelligence in Schools Demands Real-World Responsibility – EdSurge
In this day and age, almost every aspect of our lives is influenced in some way by artificial intelligence. AI powers everything from which video plays next when you’re watching YouTube to whether your job application is accepted or your insurance claim is approved.
Whether we like it or not, our fate is often determined by algorithms that see us as a cloud of data points, not as humans. So, when we apply this technology to a space as fundamental to our society as education, we must make sure that our approach is responsible and equitable—treating the people affected by our tools as human beings.
AI Meets Edu
One of the primary applications of AI is to massively increase an organization’s capacity to do tasks that require some form of reasoning. In education, this increase in capacity is already showing up in numerous forms. At its most basic, grading of multiple choice quizzes and tests is now essentially instantaneous. But machine learning can do much more with that data. For…
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