• Artificial intelligence will NOT make knowledge redundant

    Without knowledge there can be no meaningful analysis, argues Carl Hendrick, who isn’t that worried about the immediate future of AI I read with interest the recent comments from Professor Rose Luckin and others, that advances in artificial intelligence will render the knowledge-based curriculum redundant, as students will be able to look up facts and information

    5.00 May. 13th, 2018 | Opinion

  • AI will soon beat pupils taught knowledge-based curriculum

    Pupils will be unable to compete with advanced artificial intelligence systems if they are taught a knowledge-based curriculum, a leading academic has warned. Rose Luckin, professor of learner-centred design at UCL, has told heads of private schools at the Headmasters and Headmistresses Conference that teaching a knowledge-based curriculum is “naive” because it imparts facts in a

    12.20 May. 2nd, 2018 | News