Artificial intelligence should augment, not replace, human beings

Fear of automation is everywhere. A recent study reveals that the greatest fear of the US market regarding AI is that automation will lead to unemployment. The recipe for coexistence between the consumer and the machine, according to the report, is that companies assume a code of conduct that puts the user first, avoiding deception and manipulation.

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New Study Analyzes the Impact of Effective Teaching in Higher Education

Although there is a substantial body of research on the importance of teacher quality in elementary and secondary schools, relatively little is known about the impact of teaching quality on student performance in higher education. With this in mind, a group of researchers analyzed the impact of instructor effectiveness on student achievement in the higher education sector. 

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Instant learning

Today, higher education is facing the challenge of a globalized environment and a growing need to innovate in teaching-learning processes in order to produce the professionals demanded by the changing world of work. In the future, a new way of producing significant experiences for students will be through instant learning, also known as “ultrafast cognition”. But, how does it works?

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