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#1 2023-07-20 22:31:46

thrive
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Your take on AI

We have heard a lot of things about AI and most people usually focus more on the negative aspect of things than it positive. Today I want us to talk about the positive, and the negative side of it together and also clear the mind of people who believe AI will overtake humans.

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#2 2023-07-20 23:59:59

Vastextension
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Re: Your take on AI

thrive;18698 wrote:

We have heard a lot of things about AI and most people usually focus more on the negative aspect of things than it positive. Today I want us to talk about the positive, and the negative side of it together and also clear the mind of people who believe AI will overtake humans.

There are several changes that humans may need to make to teaching and education as we prepare for a future with more potent machines and sophisticated AI.

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#3 2023-07-21 00:01:30

IyaJJJ
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Re: Your take on AI

Vastextension;18774 wrote:
thrive;18698 wrote:

We have heard a lot of things about AI and most people usually focus more on the negative aspect of things than it positive. Today I want us to talk about the positive, and the negative side of it together and also clear the mind of people who believe AI will overtake humans.

There are several changes that humans may need to make to teaching and education as we prepare for a future with more potent machines and sophisticated AI.

With the development of AI, it is essential to concentrate on teaching abilities that are both complementary to and superior to those of machines.

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#4 2023-07-21 00:01:50

level
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Re: Your take on AI

IyaJJJ;18775 wrote:
Vastextension;18774 wrote:
thrive;18698 wrote:

We have heard a lot of things about AI and most people usually focus more on the negative aspect of things than it positive. Today I want us to talk about the positive, and the negative side of it together and also clear the mind of people who believe AI will overtake humans.

There are several changes that humans may need to make to teaching and education as we prepare for a future with more potent machines and sophisticated AI.

With the development of AI, it is essential to concentrate on teaching abilities that are both complementary to and superior to those of machines.

I think to help students develop capabilities that are uniquely human, educators should place an emphasis on critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, and complex decision-making.

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#5 2023-07-21 00:02:15

joanna
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Re: Your take on AI

level;18776 wrote:
IyaJJJ;18775 wrote:
Vastextension;18774 wrote:

There are several changes that humans may need to make to teaching and education as we prepare for a future with more potent machines and sophisticated AI.

With the development of AI, it is essential to concentrate on teaching abilities that are both complementary to and superior to those of machines.

I think to help students develop capabilities that are uniquely human, educators should place an emphasis on critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, and complex decision-making.

As AI technology develops, industries and jobs may experience significant change not that AI will overtake the most task executed by humans.

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#6 2023-07-21 00:02:46

full
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Re: Your take on AI

joanna;18777 wrote:
level;18776 wrote:
IyaJJJ;18775 wrote:

With the development of AI, it is essential to concentrate on teaching abilities that are both complementary to and superior to those of machines.

I think to help students develop capabilities that are uniquely human, educators should place an emphasis on critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, and complex decision-making.

As AI technology develops, industries and jobs may experience significant change not that AI will overtake the most task executed by humans.

Therefore people need more knowledge about AI and by teaching them how to learn, unlearn, and relearn throughout their lives, educators should equip students for a future of continuous learning and adaptability on AI.

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#7 2023-07-21 00:03:12

Vastextension
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Re: Your take on AI

full;18778 wrote:
joanna;18777 wrote:
level;18776 wrote:

I think to help students develop capabilities that are uniquely human, educators should place an emphasis on critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, and complex decision-making.

As AI technology develops, industries and jobs may experience significant change not that AI will overtake the most task executed by humans.

Therefore people need more knowledge about AI and by teaching them how to learn, unlearn, and relearn throughout their lives, educators should equip students for a future of continuous learning and adaptability on AI.

As AI and technology are used more frequently, it is essential to give students the knowledge and abilities to function effectively in the digital world.

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#8 2023-07-21 00:03:45

IyaJJJ
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Re: Your take on AI

Vastextension;18779 wrote:
full;18778 wrote:
joanna;18777 wrote:

As AI technology develops, industries and jobs may experience significant change not that AI will overtake the most task executed by humans.

Therefore people need more knowledge about AI and by teaching them how to learn, unlearn, and relearn throughout their lives, educators should equip students for a future of continuous learning and adaptability on AI.

As AI and technology are used more frequently, it is essential to give students the knowledge and abilities to function effectively in the digital world.

Students will gain the ability to make informed decisions and use technology wisely if digital literacy, data literacy, and the ability to analyze, interpret, and evaluate information are taught.

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#9 2023-07-21 00:04:14

level
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Re: Your take on AI

IyaJJJ;18780 wrote:
Vastextension;18779 wrote:
full;18778 wrote:

Therefore people need more knowledge about AI and by teaching them how to learn, unlearn, and relearn throughout their lives, educators should equip students for a future of continuous learning and adaptability on AI.

As AI and technology are used more frequently, it is essential to give students the knowledge and abilities to function effectively in the digital world.

Students will gain the ability to make informed decisions and use technology wisely if digital literacy, data literacy, and the ability to analyze, interpret, and evaluate information are taught.

Interpersonal and emotional intelligence should be developed because, despite AI's prowess at some tasks, it frequently struggles to comprehend and manage interpersonal interactions.

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#10 2023-07-21 00:04:49

joanna
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Posts: 2,758

Re: Your take on AI

level;18781 wrote:
IyaJJJ;18780 wrote:
Vastextension;18779 wrote:

As AI and technology are used more frequently, it is essential to give students the knowledge and abilities to function effectively in the digital world.

Students will gain the ability to make informed decisions and use technology wisely if digital literacy, data literacy, and the ability to analyze, interpret, and evaluate information are taught.

Interpersonal and emotional intelligence should be developed because, despite AI's prowess at some tasks, it frequently struggles to comprehend and manage interpersonal interactions.

Interpersonal abilities, emotional intelligence, empathy, and effective communication are areas where people still have a significant advantage over machines, and education should place a high priority on their development.

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#11 2023-07-21 00:05:40

full
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Re: Your take on AI

joanna;18782 wrote:
level;18781 wrote:
IyaJJJ;18780 wrote:

Students will gain the ability to make informed decisions and use technology wisely if digital literacy, data literacy, and the ability to analyze, interpret, and evaluate information are taught.

Interpersonal and emotional intelligence should be developed because, despite AI's prowess at some tasks, it frequently struggles to comprehend and manage interpersonal interactions.

Interpersonal abilities, emotional intelligence, empathy, and effective communication are areas where people still have a significant advantage over machines, and education should place a high priority on their development.

It is awesome to encourage students to engage in metacognition and self-regulated learning aspect of AI for the better advancement of it.

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#12 2023-07-21 00:07:18

Vastextension
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Posts: 2,142

Re: Your take on AI

full;18783 wrote:
joanna;18782 wrote:
level;18781 wrote:

Interpersonal and emotional intelligence should be developed because, despite AI's prowess at some tasks, it frequently struggles to comprehend and manage interpersonal interactions.

Interpersonal abilities, emotional intelligence, empathy, and effective communication are areas where people still have a significant advantage over machines, and education should place a high priority on their development.

It is awesome to encourage students to engage in metacognition and self-regulated learning aspect of AI for the better advancement of it.

By assisting them in becoming aware of their own learning styles and by teaching them effective self-regulation techniques, teachers can give students the tools they need to take charge of their own education.

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#13 2023-07-21 00:08:01

IyaJJJ
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Posts: 1,725

Re: Your take on AI

Vastextension;18784 wrote:
full;18783 wrote:
joanna;18782 wrote:

Interpersonal abilities, emotional intelligence, empathy, and effective communication are areas where people still have a significant advantage over machines, and education should place a high priority on their development.

It is awesome to encourage students to engage in metacognition and self-regulated learning aspect of AI for the better advancement of it.

By assisting them in becoming aware of their own learning styles and by teaching them effective self-regulation techniques, teachers can give students the tools they need to take charge of their own education.

This entails establishing learning objectives, keeping track of development, reflecting on what they have learned, and making adjustments as necessary.

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#14 2023-07-21 00:09:51

full
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Re: Your take on AI

IyaJJJ;18785 wrote:
Vastextension;18784 wrote:
full;18783 wrote:

It is awesome to encourage students to engage in metacognition and self-regulated learning aspect of AI for the better advancement of it.

By assisting them in becoming aware of their own learning styles and by teaching them effective self-regulation techniques, teachers can give students the tools they need to take charge of their own education.

This entails establishing learning objectives, keeping track of development, reflecting on what they have learned, and making adjustments as necessary.

Educators should embrace AI as a potent tool for learning and teaching, not avoid or fear it which is an impression of some people.

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#15 2023-07-21 00:10:43

Vastextension
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Re: Your take on AI

full;18786 wrote:
IyaJJJ;18785 wrote:
Vastextension;18784 wrote:

By assisting them in becoming aware of their own learning styles and by teaching them effective self-regulation techniques, teachers can give students the tools they need to take charge of their own education.

This entails establishing learning objectives, keeping track of development, reflecting on what they have learned, and making adjustments as necessary.

Educators should embrace AI as a potent tool for learning and teaching, not avoid or fear it which is an impression of some people.

When AI technologies are used in educational settings, personalized learning experiences, feedback that is given with purpose, and adaptive learning pathways are all improved.

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#16 2023-07-21 00:11:41

IyaJJJ
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Registered: 2023-01-25
Posts: 1,725

Re: Your take on AI

Vastextension;18787 wrote:
full;18786 wrote:
IyaJJJ;18785 wrote:

This entails establishing learning objectives, keeping track of development, reflecting on what they have learned, and making adjustments as necessary.

Educators should embrace AI as a potent tool for learning and teaching, not avoid or fear it which is an impression of some people.

When AI technologies are used in educational settings, personalized learning experiences, feedback that is given with purpose, and adaptive learning pathways are all improved.

As the use of AI becomes more pervasive, it is essential to talk about and understand the ethical implications of this use.

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#17 2023-07-21 00:12:14

full
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Posts: 1,473

Re: Your take on AI

IyaJJJ;18788 wrote:
Vastextension;18787 wrote:
full;18786 wrote:

Educators should embrace AI as a potent tool for learning and teaching, not avoid or fear it which is an impression of some people.

When AI technologies are used in educational settings, personalized learning experiences, feedback that is given with purpose, and adaptive learning pathways are all improved.

As the use of AI becomes more pervasive, it is essential to talk about and understand the ethical implications of this use.

Students will become responsible digital citizens in an AI-driven world by encouraging discussions about ethics, privacy, bias, and responsible AI development.

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#18 2023-07-21 00:12:46

Vastextension
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Posts: 2,142

Re: Your take on AI

full;18789 wrote:
IyaJJJ;18788 wrote:
Vastextension;18787 wrote:

When AI technologies are used in educational settings, personalized learning experiences, feedback that is given with purpose, and adaptive learning pathways are all improved.

As the use of AI becomes more pervasive, it is essential to talk about and understand the ethical implications of this use.

Students will become responsible digital citizens in an AI-driven world by encouraging discussions about ethics, privacy, bias, and responsible AI development.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a multidisciplinary field with a wide range of applications. Students can gain a deeper understanding of the societal implications of AI and foster innovation and creativity by promoting interdisciplinary approaches in education.

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#19 2023-07-21 00:14:35

IyaJJJ
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Posts: 1,725

Re: Your take on AI

Vastextension;18790 wrote:
full;18789 wrote:
IyaJJJ;18788 wrote:

As the use of AI becomes more pervasive, it is essential to talk about and understand the ethical implications of this use.

Students will become responsible digital citizens in an AI-driven world by encouraging discussions about ethics, privacy, bias, and responsible AI development.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a multidisciplinary field with a wide range of applications. Students can gain a deeper understanding of the societal implications of AI and foster innovation and creativity by promoting interdisciplinary approaches in education.

It's important to remember that while AI technology can automate some tasks, it cannot replace the distinctive qualities that distinguish individuals.

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#20 2023-07-21 00:14:59

full
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Posts: 1,473

Re: Your take on AI

IyaJJJ;18791 wrote:
Vastextension;18790 wrote:
full;18789 wrote:

Students will become responsible digital citizens in an AI-driven world by encouraging discussions about ethics, privacy, bias, and responsible AI development.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a multidisciplinary field with a wide range of applications. Students can gain a deeper understanding of the societal implications of AI and foster innovation and creativity by promoting interdisciplinary approaches in education.

It's important to remember that while AI technology can automate some tasks, it cannot replace the distinctive qualities that distinguish individuals.

We can improve student readiness for success in both their personal and professional lives as well as for navigating the complex, AI-powered future by changing the way we teach.

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#21 2023-07-21 18:04:55

Kelechi
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Re: Your take on AI

To me artificial intelligence is a unique thing and I believe that it's here to stay regardless of how many people feel about artificial intelligence I think it would be beneficial.

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#22 2023-07-21 23:24:56

CrytoCynthia
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Re: Your take on AI

You'd think we'd all be more ashamed of ourselves, but don't worry, AI is too useful to go away, no matter how much we all cry wolf. As AI continues to advance, it is important for individuals to stay current with the latest technologies and trends.

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#23 2023-07-23 20:34:29

KingCRP
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Re: Your take on AI

CrytoCynthia;18900 wrote:

You'd think we'd all be more ashamed of ourselves, but don't worry, AI is too useful to go away, no matter how much we all cry wolf. As AI continues to advance, it is important for individuals to stay current with the latest technologies and trends.

We should be grateful that we are withnessing artificial intelligence, I think yes it has some negative side but definitely the positive aspects of artificial intelligence are vast

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#24 2023-07-23 21:30:46

MRBEAST
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Registered: 2023-05-22
Posts: 410

Re: Your take on AI

KingCRP;19244 wrote:
CrytoCynthia;18900 wrote:

You'd think we'd all be more ashamed of ourselves, but don't worry, AI is too useful to go away, no matter how much we all cry wolf. As AI continues to advance, it is important for individuals to stay current with the latest technologies and trends.

We should be grateful that we are withnessing artificial intelligence, I think yes it has some negative side but definitely the positive aspects of artificial intelligence are vast

Well the biggest fear people have about artificial intelligence is that they believe their jobs can be taking away from them by many of This artificial intelligence technology products.

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#25 2023-07-23 21:53:39

Detroit
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Registered: 2022-12-27
Posts: 1,650

Re: Your take on AI

I think the most dangerous thing with AI is its pace of development. Depending on how quickly it will develop and how quickly we will be able to adapt to it.

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