Artificial intelligence will never replace teachers, but it can provide an objective basis for curricular choices and conversations with parents

What AI can and can’t do in education


Artificial intelligence will never replace teachers, but it can provide an objective basis for curricular choices and conversations with parents


When some people hear the term “artificial intelligence,” they think of robots like the ones in the Steven Spielberg movie AI. In education today, AI is something less glamorous.





As a tool among others in the software developer’s toolbox, it is used under the hood in many services and applications that teachers and students use every day in schools and families rely on at home.

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