On our last episode of Trending In Education, we dsicussed Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, and more. It is a vast and complicated topic that can lead you down many paths. We talked about the process of teaching and cultivating the AI but also about how we might assimilate more and more AI into the classroom and learning models over the coming years.
We based our conversation on several factors, but our jumping off point was this Economist article on "The Uncanny Valley".
Dan also cited this article from Fortune a few times as well. It helps to lay the groundwork for defining parts of AI, as well as its history.
Do you think AI can be an integral part of education?