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By George Duoblys

George is an Associate at LKMco, working projects ranging in focus from policy and research to evaluation and project development. He writes regularly about teaching and education policy and his work has been published by the TES and Association for Science Education.

Education in the age of cyborgs: the effects of extended intelligence

In October last year Barack Obama guest edited a special issue of Wired magazine entitled Final Frontiers. In it, he discussed the opportunities and challenges new technologies might pose in the future. Artificial intelligence was foremost amongst these. In an interview with Obama, Joi Ito of MIT referred to extended intelligence, i.e. using machine learning …

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