Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community

On slide 16 of this 30 slide deck Marek Hyla asks the key question, "How will AI be placed in learning?" His answer: "AI has the potential to make learning accessible to more people," he writes. "In places, where trainers are unavailable, a robust AI system can be used to teach learners with minimal or no engagement from a human trainer. Engaging AI offers the possibility of learning that is more personalized, flexible, inclusive, and engaging." The deck looks at a number of examples of the use of AI in learning and highlights six companies or projects that are working in the space (Mika, Netex, CTI, BiLAT, ARGUNAUT, and Thinkster Math).

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