Artificial Intelligence and Real Teaching
Yesterday’s classroom could be roughly viewed as the economic answer to the 19th century society’s need for more educated people, for both industrial purposes and democratic development. The gathering in the same place of a teacher as representative of the knowing society and students as the ones who must be educated in order to become full members of this society, was probably the best answer at the time, given the technological means for communication available.
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