From the Reimagine Education Conference 2017 in Philadelphia, Dan Loney (Wharton School) interviewed Ivan Ostrowicz, CEO of Domoscio, on how education will be changing in the years to come with the impact of digital and artificial intelligence.
How significant of a change are we looking at here with the influence of AI just on the education front? How will that affect the teacher and the students? What are the greatest benefits?
“For the last five to six years, we have been talking about personalized and adaptive learning. Part of this technology works with artificial intelligence: it analyzes the data and push recommendations that suit better every learner. […]
We use AI to have better learning outcomes. What is going to change, more globally, is that teachers are going to be able to know exactly where their students are and when they need to intervene in the learning process, because social interaction is part of learning too. […]
AI will allow to exchange more in real life or even online. […] If we take out the human aspect from learning, we are going to live in a machine world. AI is going to bring more human interaction, at the right moment for the best.”
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