Khan Academy’s Sal Khan has predicted that A.I. chatbots will soon revolutionize education. His vision taps into Silicon Valley’s dream of automated teaching platforms tailored to individual students. Despite concerns over accuracy and privacy, Khan and others argue that automated instruction could improve student learning. However, critics warn that A.I. chatbots may not deliver the promised results. Yet, Mr. Khan remains confident about the potential of bots in education.
The Future of Education: Chatbots as Personal Tutors for Children
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