Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community

This is the first of a series of articles in the open access Springer Nature Handbook of Open, Distance and Digital Education. I will no doubt list a number of these overview articles in OLDaily and I have a contribution of my own coming up (my deadline is in June). This particular article (16 page PDF) gives us a brief history of AI in education and then looks at learner, teacher and administrator-facing tools (such as chat agents and dashboards) before looking in to the ethical issues, which are organized according to the same three categories. In such a short space it is difficult to do the topic justice, but it serves well as an introductory look. Image: Hwang,, Vision, challenges, roles and research issues of Artificial Intelligence in Education.

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