From voice assistants to predictive algorithms, artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer science fiction but a part of everyday life, shaping our world and the future our children will inherit.
“AI, like all technology, is not infallible. Such systems rely solely on the datasets upon which they are trained to generate results, which may have gaps and errors.
Children should be encouraged to fact-check all results generated by AI tools and verify the sources. This should be a crucial step in any task that involves the use of AI.
It is equally important for schools and teachers to know that no tool currently exists that can definitively detect AI-generated content.
Therefore, children should not be penalised for AI-generated work, but encouraged to…” Read more on Today.