A ridiculous (and dangerous) challenge seemed so implausible that I didn’t believe it was happening. A Md. student set me straight.
Making artificial intelligence that assists in teaching and learning more efficient means using special components both to store data and solve problems.
Artificial intelligence is making quite a name for itself, both taking away and creating jobs, by making our big-data lives more efficient.
A computer can be trained to distinguish between suicidal and non-suicidal word usage, and the application can possibly be used in schools.
Creativity is a highly prized dimension of student work and student growth, likely to be as or more important than rote learning.