A number of tools meant to expose student work produced by artificial intelligence tools have come onto the market.
EdWeek Market Brief spoke to industry officials and educators about the implications of tools like ChatGPT and their potential to improve or complicate the work of schools.
Artificial intelligence offers opportunities to enhance teaching and learning, but not if classroom educators fail to understand its capabilities and limitations, speakers at an ISTE panel said this week.
Spending on artificial intelligence in education will rise from $800 million to $6.1 billion over the next four years, according to projections from HolonIQ.
USC’s EDGE Accelerator program makes it clear that the women- and minority-led ed-tech companies it supports are “not the outliers.”
The U.S. House has passed a bipartisan and nonbinding resolution to create a national AI strategy that, in part, highlights the need for continued planning in the area of education and AI.
A new report, supported by the National Science Foundation, looks at questions surrounding AI and privacy, bias, and transparency.
ETS Strategic Capital will make private-equity investments and participate in mergers and acquisitions in K-12, higher education, and workforce education.
A close look at the vendors and new technologies at the Bett ed-tech conference highlighted esports, social-emotional learning and interoperability as K-12 market areas to watch.
The school tech landscape varies enormously in Europe from country to country, as does demand for out-of-school tutoring, says Benoit Wirz, an education investor focused on the region.