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The future of AI in education

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The future of AI in education

How can artificial intelligence improve the classroom experience?

On this episode of School’s In, Senior Lecturer Denise Pope interviews her co-host, Graduate School of Education Dean Dan Schwartz, about artificial intelligence in education.

Robots won’t replace teachers, he says, explaining potential applications of AI that could help teachers improve how they present material in the classroom or reduce the biases that plague standardized tests.

Schwartz is an affiliated faculty member of the newly launched Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, which brings scholars from across disciplines together as the field continues to develop.

You can listen to School’s In on SiriusXM Insight channel 121, Apple Podcasts and Soundcloud.

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