Rose Loken from the University of London Institute of Education and Director of Education, based in London for Startups Education Technology (EdTech), Artificial intelligence (AI) compares to opening the ‘black box’ of learning
90% of teachers in the UK have used some educational technology – which they have not used before – and will recommend them to a colleague ”, invoice.
Although it is a technology that can help make sense of data, how does it protect privacy?
The question raises more questions in its wake and the experts at EdTech He spoke about it during an interview at the International Conference on Educational Innovation (CIIE).
Artificial intelligence will never outperform humans
Artificial intelligence gets a lot of negative publicity, especially from science fiction movies. “But This technology will never surpass human intelligence, Because we’re more complicated,” Luckin dice.
Our systems Now they are smart, But in more specific ways. For example, an autonomous vehicle cannot play chess and a chess machine cannot drive a car. AI too specific to your application, explains.
“When we program machines, the hardest thing is getting them to do what we take for granted, the unwritten rules of society,” reveal. For example, they cannot handle personal relationships the way we treat them.
AI is not good for developing a deep and meaningful relationship with another human and Relationships are very important to give good messages in education.
What can artificial intelligence improve?
This is a method that will never replace us, but it will improve some aspects. “What is good for him is for him Reliable processing of large amounts of informationIt’s something that we humans have a hard time dealing with.”
Gives another example Avi Warshawski, founder and CEO of MindCET EdTech Innovation Center Member of the Board of Directors of the Israeli Center for Educational Technology.
“Artificial intelligence can be used very well for language learning, because the machine does not make judgments and it is a great way to learn. Non-judicial dialogue system“.
What will happen to our data?
Artificial intelligence depends on data, from it Analysis, problem solving, pattern identification, and more.
The first step in explaining what will happen to their data to people is “Enabling it, we need to educate them and help them understand what AI is, why it needs data and what it can do with it,” Warshawsky explained.
This way it will be easier for them to decide if they want to use their information. This is known as The ethical application of artificial intelligence.
However, there are many questions. He cautions that education technology professionals should ask themselves well Why are they collecting data?.
For example, every time researcher Lukin decides to work with data, she passes her decision through a Ethics Committee.
In fact, in 2018, Luckin and Anthony Seldon founded Institute of Ethical Artificial Intelligence in Education In the UK so that laws are respected and there is an agreement on data protection between Europe and the UK.
One of the solutions he implemented is AI software to learn behaviors anonymously.
“This technology will never surpass human intelligence, because our technology is much more complex.” – Rose Loken
The eighth edition of the CIIE from Tec de Monterrey
the eighth edition From International Conference on Educational Innovation From Tec de Monterrey, carried out hybrid method From From the 13th to the 16th of December from 2021.
“(the CIIE) established itself as special space for him Meet the professionals From different latitudes (…) we involve everyone and everyone who has Shared responsibility to create the future of education”, Jose Escamilla, Director of the Institute for the Future of Education at Tec . said:
In this edition, more than 5000 people from 34 countries.
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