AI in higher education: dystopia, utopia or something in between?
Australian National University
Artificial intelligence is already impacting all areas of higher education. Here, academics from around the world look at AI’s benefits and its costs
From machine learning to chatbots, artificial intelligence is already impacting higher education, and signs are that the influence of evolving technologies on university life is just getting started. With the benefits to assessment, admissions, student retention and research efficiency come questions about the environmental cost of processing vast amounts of data and turning over human tasks, such as writing, to machines. This collection of resources from around the world looks at AI now and what the future might bring.
John F. Wu
Space Telescope Science Institute, Johns Hopkins University
Mike Sharples , Rafael Pérez y Pérez
The Open University, Metropolitan Autonomous University
Xi’an Jiaotong - Liverpool University
Caroline Tolond, Deirdre Hughes, Chris Percy
Arden University, CiCi
Barbar Akle, Rula Diab, George Nasr
Lebanese American University
Allan Yuen Hoi-kau
Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education