Code that learns will prove to be humankind’s greatest invention—and, some worry, its demise. Artificial Intelligence (AI) will have more influence on the lives and livelihoods of young people over the next several decades than any other factor. Fed by big data and equipped by robots and other enabling tools, AI will help address our
most pressing problems: it will help us cure disease, unlock clean energy, and create valuable and affordable services. Simultaneously, it will cause massive dislocation, widen income gaps,
weaponize robots and pose other existential threats. A year ago there was almost no discussion of AI in K–12 education. Given its likely benefits and
potential problems, however, we think it is a good time to Ask About AI (#AskAboutAI).
This report attempts to summarize the implications of machine intelligence for education: both the ways it will improve learning, and its implications for what should be learned. We will do this by asking, addressing and answering three questions: What’s happening? What does it mean? And how to prepare?
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