A discussion on the risks and benefits to education of AI and automation

November 27, 2018 Tony Bates

I was interviewed recently by Cecília Tomás, a Ph.D. student at Universidade Aberta, the Portuguese Open University, for her thesis on the Internet of Things. In particular, she asked for my views of how automation and AI are likely to impact on security, privacy, interaction, and personalization in education. I warned her that I’m not […]

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