Editor’s note: A recent survey of 4,500 workers looked at perceptions of artificial intelligence in the workplace. There are some surprising stats here, only 10% fear AI-related redundancy, for example. A key message for L&D and HR is that employees want to learn more about the implications of AI at work and they want it clearly communicated to them.
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Editor’s note: All you ever wanted to know about artificial intelligence in learning – well, nearly. A great resource of articles written by Donald Clark.
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Editor’s note: Not just yet is the answer although there are some serious ethical issues to get grips with as technology becomes more intelligent.
Editor’s note: SMARTeacher has figured out how to use galvanic skin response (GSR) technology to map students’ emotions. Using a GSR sensor embedded into a wristwatch like device, the company is able to consistently monitor student engagement levels while the device is worn.
Editor’s note: Article pointing to developments in artificial intelligence and ‘deep learning’.