Between AI-facilitated projects like ChatGPT, autonomous vehicles and more, we’re seeing this evolving technology everywhere. But what does AI’s rising prominence in education look like?
While the goal is to replace the driver with self-driving cars, the idea of AI “replacing” a teacher is much further from reality, where it is likely to stay. We’re seeing some of the best uses of AI in the classroom in the form of digital assistants that help teachers remove the friction that comes from managing dozens of apps that they use regularly, which have unquestionably improved the teaching and learning experience. Pre-existing classroom technology makes the need for digital assistants even greater, so teachers can redirect their focus to student engagement, improving classroom equity, and preparing students for an AI-powered future.
Promethean is here to help bring clarity to AI and education technology’s promise of a seamless and immersive classroom experience for students and teachers.