This article references but does not link to a new study suggesting increasing rates of AI adoption by Asian educational institutions. It would be a surprise if anything else were the case. The examples used in this article aren't exactly compelling, and the fallacy in this statement should be apparent: "“For many institutions, student performance has a direct impact on rankings. AI can be a tool to help better manage outcomes and ensure continued innovation." If everybody uses it, how will it improve rankings?
According to this report, "the international committees that develop the SQL standard have voted to initiate GQL (Graph Query Language) as a new database query language. Now to be codified as the international standard declarative query language for property graphs, GQL represents the culmination of years of effort by Neo4j and the broader database community."
This is a summary of Rose Luckin's talk at Ectel2019. She focuses on AI in learning from a business perspective. "A perfect storm: data mass plus computing power and memory enhancements, sophisticated algorithms ... this made AI part of our lives and education."
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