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What's in this episode?
This episode answers the questions of:
What AI is and is not. The difference between narrow AI, general AI and super-intelligence. What type of AI is used now in education, and which AI do people fear, which may never exist? How do students and teachers already use AI to their advantage? Thinking about AI in the context of past educational tools, including the pocket calculator and printed encyclopedia. What questions might teachers want to use when thinking about AI in education?
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Sophie Bailey is the Founder and Presenter of The Edtech Podcast
Denis Hurley is the Director of Future Technologies at Pearson
Stephen Wolfram, is the Founder and CEO of Wolfram Research and Creator of Wolfram|Alpha, Mathematica, and Wolfram Language
Murray Shanahan is the Professor of Cognitive Robotics in the Department of Computing, Imperial College London
Peter Foltz is a Vice President for Research at Pearson
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Hi Sophie. I love your podcast on AI and education. Really fascinating stuff. Do you think it's a waste of time to teach students code if in a few years time, AI will be able to carry out the coding in the place of humans? Cheers.
I definitely think we can obsess over the "act of coding" as opposed to the idea of computational thinking. This is something we touch upon in this episode also: https://theedtechpodcast.com/69-relationships-relevance-rigour-in-school-reform/
Thanks for listening in!
Top stuff, thanks. I'll take a listen.
I'd also recommend this article about artificial intelligence in education - https://www.cleveroad.com/blog/ai-in-education-or-what-advantages-of-artificial-intelligence-in-education-you-can-gain-. There's also interesting information about ai in education and machine learning