Neil Selwyn has been researching and writing about digital education since the mid-1990s. He is currently a professor at Monash University, Melbourne. Recent books include: ‘Should Robots Replace Teachers? AI and the future of education‘ (Polity 2019), ‘Critical Data Literacies’ (MIT Press 2023, w/ Luci Pangrazio), and the third edition of ‘Education and Technology: key issues & debates’ (Bloomsbury, 2021).
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Written by Neil Selwyn
In light of the recent hysteria around Chat-GPT, Education International member organisations might well groan at having to read yet another post about Artificial Intelligence and education. However, unfortunately AI is not a topic that educators can afford to completely tune out from. Indeed, there are a lot of people...Resisting and reimagining Artificial Intelligence