Penn State researchers are looking at ways to use artificial intelligence to improve the education experience of World Campus students. But while the world is becoming increasingly automated, Penn State researchers are trying to find the edge where AI is “useful but not dystopian.”
Penn State researchers are looking at ways to use artificial intelligence to improve the education experience of World Campus students. But while the world is becoming increasingly automated, Penn State researchers are trying to find the edge where AI is “useful but not dystopian.” Chad Cowder CDT graphic
Penn State researchers are looking at ways to use artificial intelligence to improve the education experience of World Campus students. But while the world is becoming increasingly automated, Penn State researchers are trying to find the edge where AI is “useful but not dystopian.” Chad Cowder CDT graphic

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AI’s place: ‘Useful but not dystopian’

January 31, 2017 11:11 PM

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