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Stephen Downes

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This is a short and not especially useful article, but it does contain one sentence that stimulates thought: "Readily-available training can help institutions take advantage of AI tools." Now it is true that there have been formal programs in AI for years (most norably the Norvig and Thrun AI course) but so much has changed in the last few years universities have not kept up - hence the need for 'readily-available training' which is almost exclusively informal and online. AI isn't the first discipline to outpace the capacity of institutions to respond, and it won't be the last, but the current situation underlines the need for institutions to adapt to the faster pace of knowledge and learning needs.

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