Artificial Intelligence (AI) will significantly reshape social, political, economic and technological domains of life. In this literature review, we consider: (1) the potential implications of AI on educational provision; and, (2) how education will need to prepare people for an ‘AI world’. Over the past 100 years, education institutions have largely assimilated technological developments (Koschmann & Kolodner, 1997) and have been relatively stable and very slow to change (Jónasson, 2016). However, as the influential ‘historian of the future’.
SOURCE: Gulson K, Murphie A. and Taylor S. “Education, work and Australian society in an AI world.” UNSW.
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