Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education: Lessons for K-12 Tech Leaders

| December 19, 2019

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Artificial Intelligence is being cited by some as the next big teaching tool, and a new area of study for students. But in addition to helping students learn, it may also make life easier for chief technology officers.  That's according to a report from Campus Technology, a higher education technology magazine. The report, released earlier this month, was sponsored by Cherwell, a private software company. Although it focuses on the role of AI in higher education, there are potential lessons for K-12 technology leaders too.

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