Robots in the classroom

“While some of my esteemed colleagues are heralding the imminent arrival of robot teachers, stating that current advances will bring “the greatest revolution in education since the printing press”, I have to disagree. [Source]

This is not because I am a latent technophobe. Regent’s University London, for example, is currently investigating the very latest assistive technologies, including how indoor navigation systems will support the visually impaired.”

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Comments welcome – from Robots or humans!

4 thoughts on “Robots in the classroom

  1. Point taken. Went to linked site and a flag said you have no more articles left unless you sign up. I am thankful for the humans that are still with us.


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