AI's Role in Education: A Sophisticated and Transformative Tool

Farida Bouattoura


Artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a powerful force, revolutionizing various aspects of modern life, including education. AI has the potential to aid research, enhance student learning capabilities, and adapt to the ever-evolving educational landscape (Luckin, 2017). However, legitimate concerns exist over the ethical implications, potential abuse through plagiarism or cheating, and educators' perceived loss of control (Biesta, 2020). This essay argues that society must adopt AI by implementing practical solutions to ensure responsible usage in the education system, focusing on developing critical thinking and higher-order skills.


Artificial Intelligence (AI), Education, Technology, and Transformative tools

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