For those who may find awkward the reference to “half a decade” and not the “next decade” here is why: AI is evolving at such a staggering rate that it is simply not possible to foresee what it will represent in 10 years’ time.
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While SA is still battling with connectivity issues, in other parts of the world AI is already making its effectiveness known to educators and learners.
As a new global industry of algorithmic decision-making software starts growing, it’s important to be able to highlight its pitfalls, not only in sensitive moments of human-machine interaction with overt outputs, but in subtle behind-the-scenes outputs as well.
In an age where everything is changing - and changing fast - it’s easy to forget how much we’ve progressed. While we may not have floating cars or robotic teachers, we are on the brink of some very exciting and dramatic developments across all industries.
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