Tag Archives: Artificial Intelligence

Man vs. Machine: Why Cooperation is the Best Option

The term ‘technological unemployment’ has long been on the horizon. As early as 1930, John Maynard Keynes described this phenomenon as “our discovery of means of economising the use of labour outrunning the pace at which we can find new uses for labour.” Advancements in the fields of artificial intelligence and automation have revived the prospect of technologically driven

The Tail Wagging Education

Thought leader Nick Saville on the future of artificial intelligence in teaching

“We should not let the tail wag the dog”. This a rather unusual idiom, but one that defined the interview given by Nick Saville at the Room for Discussion. His role as Director of Thought Leadership for Cambridge English is one of exploring language learning and mastery through technology. By using automated systems for assessment,