“We must get engaged and proactive on these topics immediately as educational artificial intelligence is just starting to take its first steps.”
The widespread application of artificial intelligence (AI) in early childhood education settings is no longer a question of “if,” but “when,” according to Samia Kazi, Middle East Regional Advisor for Childhood Education International.
Samia’s belief in this inevitability prompted her to urgently call for educators worldwide to begin considering achievable but impactful preparations for the adoption of AI, as outlined in her article “AI in Early Childhood – Five Things Teachers Need to Know.”
Originally posted in The Blue DOT, an innovative publication from the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development, the article explores five key expectations educators should have regarding AI in their education settings.
Interview with Samia Kazi
We sat down with Samia Kazi to further explore key questions on this topic:
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