Left Behind By AI

The influence of AI in education will further aggravate existing home digital and broadband access inequalities. Left unaddressed America could see "Superlearners" on the one hand receiving constant instant AI mentorship, information access and coaching both in and outside of class, while average joe "Left Behind By AI" students could become our future second class citizens. The equity of real time educational AI access must address those at the lower end of the income spectrum.

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Learning Objectives

  1. How can we provide lower income students the same AI educational access outside school walls as they will receive within the classroom?
  2. What learning disadvantages will those without constant mobile AI coaching access face?
  3. Should access to AI education be a human right?

Speakers

Organizer

Robb Hecht, VP Dir Social Content Systems, Arnold Worldwide


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