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The Nesta foundation for global innovation is exploring the future of AI in education and found that academics, researchers and technologists talk about AI experiments in a growing number of fields, from enabling collaboration between peers to assessing complicated skills, like creativity.

Although most of us think of ‘adaptive learning platforms’ (software programmes that use AI to personalise the content and pathways that learners follow, based on their habits, progress and interests) when we think about AI in education, Nesta sees a much wider range of AI applications in our education system – from managing school inspections to automating feedback for learners. […]

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