Experts give insight into the future of education and the role artificial intelligence might play.
Special Focus: Reinventing Education for the AI Age
According to current trends, over half the jobs done by humans today are predicted to be performed by machines in a matter of years. Some of these jobs, such as writing a news article, driving a car, or teaching a class, require cognitive skills once exclusive to humans. This technological transformation has a profound impact on how and what we teach.
How to educate humans in an age of artificial intelligence (AI)? What are the unprecedented opportunities and risks? Is there a way to robot-proof our children's careers? In this selection of articles, experts give insight into the future of education and the role AI might play.
To Capture the Benefits of AI, Schools Need to Rethink Their Models
Mr. Thomas Arnett
Senior Research Fellow in Education, Christensen Institute
Who Moved My Intelligence?
Professor Rose Luckin
Professor of Learner Centred Design, UCL Knowledge Lab
Educating Humans in an Age of Artificial Intelligence
Ms Darlene Damm
Vice Chair & Principal Faculty of Global Grand Challenges, Singularity University