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Could AI Democratise Education? Socio-Technical Imaginaries of an EdTech Revolution

@article{Bulathwela2021CouldAD,
  title={Could AI Democratise Education? Socio-Technical Imaginaries of an EdTech Revolution},
  author={Sahan Bulathwela and Mar'ia P'erez-Ortiz and Catherine Holloway and John Shawe-Taylor},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2112.02034}
}
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Education has been said to have the potential for building more personalised curricula, as well as democratising education worldwide and creating a Renaissance of new ways of teaching and learning. Millions of students are already starting to benefit from the use of these technologies, but millions more around the world are not. If this trend continues, the first delivery of AI in Education could be greater educational inequality, along with a global… 

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