Computers could be used to give tutoring in schools thanks to increasingly sophisticated AI

University College London report says AI could revolutionise educationCould collect data over long period and offer tailor-made learning tasksConcerns it would diminish teacher role or be used as a ‘classroom spy’Authors say it could also tackle achievement gap between rich and poor By James Dunn For Mailonline Published: 08:12, 29 February 2016 | Updated: 08:22, 29 February 2016 Computers could soon be giving pupils one-to-one tutoring tailored to their individual needs thanks to developments in artificial intelligence, academics claim.A report by University College London’s Knowledge Lab claims that computers will soon be able to emulate and even improve on personal tutoring by human teachers.The computers will be able to collect data on children over a long period of time and use it to deliver tailor-made learning activities that will help them…


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