Artificial intelligence and education: guidelines for future public policies

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Innovation has to be based on values, not just data, and it has to be human-centred. Although the advances in technology take place within large international companies, public policies must ensure that their implementation takes European values into account. In the case of education, the major challenge for governments lies in how to transform current-day artificial intelligence so as to adapt it to teaching and learning processes without conceiving it as a purely technical matter, given that it has an influence on all the educational dimensions.

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Director General of the Digital Society of the Government of Catalonia
Professor of Computer Science, Linköping University, Sweden
Professor of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence at the School of Informatics of Universidad Politecnica de Madrid.
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