Ethical AI for education report launched
The Institute for Ethical AI in Education (IEAIE) launched its interim report in the House of Lords today, calling for the education system to embrace ethical artificial intelligence.
The IEAIE was co-founded by educationalist Sir Anthony Seldon, UCL Professor Rose Luckin and CENTURY Founder CEO Priya Lakhani OBE in 2018.
The interim report, Towards a shared vision of ethical AI in education, outlines how artificial intelligence can transform learning across the world for people of all ages.
To mark the report’s publication, Sir Anthony Seldon wrote in the Times that AI could make Britain’s education system the envy of the world.
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