China wants to bring artificial intelligence to its classrooms to boost its education system

Oct 14, 2017 by

How the take off of AI-enabled education will affect the interaction between China’s 14 million teachers and 188 million pupils

For Peter Cao, who has dedicated 16 years of his career to teaching chemistry in a high school in central China’s Anhui province, in every teacher there lives a “doctor”.

He spends two to three hours a day grading assignments, ­a process the 38-year-old describes as “diagnosing”.

“By reviewing the homework of my pupils, I can have an overall picture about their understanding of the lessons I give,” Cao said, adding that this “diagnosis” helps him draw up a teaching plan for the following day.

Source: China wants to bring artificial intelligence to its classrooms to boost its education system | South China Morning Post

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