To date, there has been little in the way of direct association between research and practice in these domains: A.I. has been a predominantly technical field of research and development, and while intelligent computer systems and ‘smart’ software are being increasingly applied in many areas of industry, economics, social life, and education itself, a specific engagement with the agenda of inclusion appears lacking. Although such technology offers exciting possibilities for education, including software that is designed to ‘personalise’ learning or adapt to learner behaviours, these developments are accompanied by growing concerns about the in-built biases involved in machine learning techniques driven by ‘big data’.
|Place of Publication||Singapore|
|Number of pages||206|
|Publication status||Published - 26 Jun 2019|
|Name||Perspectives on Rethinking and Reforming Education|
- artificial intelligence
- AI in education
- future technologies
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Yuchen Wang (Participant), Jeremy Knox (Participant) & Michael Gallagher (Participant)
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