Even UNESCO’s guidance underscores the importance of a holistic approach to regulating Generative AI (GenAI) in education. It emphasises the need for legal frameworks, data protection, and privacy regulations to address the challenges posed by GenAI applications. Furthermore, it calls for specific regulations to ensure the ethical use of AI in education, protecting against biases and discrimination.
PK Samal, Managing Director of K12 Online School said, “I recognise the growing importance of AI in K-12 education. AI offers tremendous potential to enhance learning experiences, tailoring education to individual student needs. I believe that a balanced approach, leveraging AI while preserving the invaluable teacher-student relationship, is the key to delivering a modern, effective, and inclusive education.”
Pratik Jindal, Chairman of Jindal Public School said, “I believe that the key to maximising the benefits of AI in education while mitigating its challenges lies in responsible and ethical implementation. We are committed to ensuring that AI is used as a supportive tool to enhance.”
Vaibhav Shastri, Director of American EduGlobal School, said “We believe that AI has the potential to play a transformative role in enhancing the education system. AI’s ability to personalise learning experiences is particularly exciting. By leveraging AI algorithms, we can better understand the unique strengths and areas for improvement of each student.”
First Published: Sept 28, 2023 12:14 PM IST