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Brave New Words: How AI Will Revolutionize Education (and Why That's a Good Thing)

by Kathryn Park on 2024-06-06T08:00:00-05:00 in Computers & Technology, Education, Faculty, Students | 0 Comments

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"A timely masterclass for anyone interested in the future of learning in the AI era." --Bill Gates
"This book is required reading for everyone who cares about education." --Adam Grant
"Read this book. It's the most fascinating and important account of how AI will transform the way we learn." --Walter Isaacson
 
#1 New York Times bestselling author From the founder of Khan Academy, the first book on the AI revolution in education, its implications for parenting, and how we can best harness its power for good. Whether we like it or not, the AI revolution is coming to education. In Brave New Words, Salman Khan, the visionary behind Khan Academy, explores how artificial intelligence and GPT technology will transform learning, and offers a road map for teachers, parents, and students to navigate this exciting (and sometimes intimidating) new world.
 
A pioneer in the field of education technology, Khan examines the ins and outs of these cutting-edge tools and how they will revolutionize the way we learn and teach. For parents concerned about their children's success, Khan illustrates how AI can personalize learning by adapting to each student's individual pace and style, identifying strengths and areas for improvement, and offering tailored support and feedback to complement traditional classroom instruction. Khan emphasizes that embracing AI in education is not about replacing human interaction but enhancing it with customized and accessible learning tools that encourage creative problem-solving skills and prepare students for an increasingly digital world.
 
But Brave New Words is not just about technology--it's about what this technology means for our society, and the practical implications for administrators, guidance counselors, and hiring managers who can harness the power of AI in education and the workplace. Khan also delves into the ethical and social implications of AI and large language models, offering thoughtful insights into how we can use these tools to build a more accessible education system for students around the world.

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