There are concerns that children who spend so much time interacting with screens have lost t real world skills of communicating , planning, discussing and solving problems.
AI is already having a big impact on education and many are predicting the various ways in which the robots will take over the world. Professor Rose Luckin looks at the current state of play and suggests a new model of intelligence for educators that focuses on the importance of being human.
We’ve heard it all before. Robots - those elusive job munchers - might be
replacing you soon. And the message is clear: they are smarter than you, they are cheaper than you, and they won’t ask for a pay rise… like you. Be afraid, be very afraid of the imminent robopocalypse. After all, it’s not just the postmen and snow plowers and plumbers who face the dirge; the professionals in white coats and even the teachers in our schools have reason to steady their knees when pit against the innovative power and pace of artificial intelligence. Here’s a glimpse of the future by Brad McBean...
e-Learning Update issue 63/64
This advisory report from the Legal Affairs Committee on the ethics, development and future of artificial intelligence capabilities, warns of a growing need for regulation to address the issue of increasingly autonomous robots and other forms of sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI).
Leadership Briefing 11.06(126)