Researchers have used AI to analyse specialised MRI brain scans in teenagers, looking for signs of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
The South Australia Department for Education has built a chatbot that has been designed specifically for teaching and learning.
An AI trial has commenced across 10 Queensland state schools, involving 500 students and 25 teachers.
A digital spokesperson for children, generated by artificial intelligence, has been unveiled at an event in Denmark.
A recent study by Drexel University has examined the reactions of students who have been accused of using ChatGPT to cheat.
Researchers are attempting to bridge the gap between human behaviour and machine learning by incorporating uncertainty into these systems.
According to a new report, half of secondary school teachers around the world believe the benefits of generative AI in education outweigh the risks.
Schools and college networks are facing immense pressure to meet the ever-increasing demand for digital services.
A new web app that helps children speak positively to themselves has been designed by researchers at the University of Washington.
An artificial intelligence app focused on the safety of students is being trialled by eight South Australian high schools.
Researchers from the University of Tsukuba have compared the metarecognition of artificial intelligence to that of humans.
When it comes to the use of AI by students, there is a lack of clarity as to what constitutes cheating.
Generative AI-powered course authoring tools were recently launched by OpenLearning, looking to change the way education providers create and deliver content.
A large crowd-sourced study has used accounting assessments to determine whether ChatGTP outperforms students.
The Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia (ITECA) will bring education leaders together to consider generative AI in the sector.