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Artificial intelligence in the classroom: the robot teachers are coming

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Keywords: learning, learning and development, organisational learning, teaching, artificial intelligence, robotics

The rise of artificial intelligence and industry 4.0 is starting to have a very real impact on many areas of our life. A relatively new project called Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED) underscores these developments, as researchers and universities develop new technologies to help us learn. This area of technology is advancing rapidly and a whole new class of robotic teachers are being developed to fully replace human teachers in the classroom. It is envisaged that Classroom 4.0 is potentially not that far away.

The new study by researchers into robotics and artificial intelligence at City University, London and the Imagineering Institute (IDM lab) in Malaysia highlights recent advances in Artificial Intelligence in Education.

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