Stephen Downes

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This article references an AI technology maturity model for education ending with a scenario in which "AI has transformed the teaching and learning experience" where the "tutor" is freed from all routine tasks and the learning experience is "fully personalized". But it also (as do so many similar posts) focuses on the limitations. "AI tools will only be as good as the data they're fed," writes Emilie Hayter. Well, yeah - but imagine, for a moment, that the data is perfect. Then what? We're still looking at this through the lens of the provider. "In relation to this, using sensitive data related to individual learners requires university systems to have technical robustness and effective data governance." But suppose that I, as a learner, can have my own AI and can feed it everything (and have it learn from the external world). Then what?

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