McGraw Hill Education
Arizona State University
Artificial intelligence is already re-making portions of the economy. It’s predicted that machines will be able to take over many human occupational tasks in the near future. But it’s also opening doors to new products and efficiencies. We’re likely to see more AI in higher education in the near future as well. Is it something to fear, or a tool to help us learn better? This panel looks at the issues colleges and those in the higher ed sector must consider as this technology matures.
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