Once considered science fiction, artificial intelligence (AI) today plays a significant role in education technology. It is a cutting-edge approach to giving students a customized learning experience. Additionally, it can give teachers access to important data they might not otherwise have, such as student progress and topic understanding. This blog will discuss some of the limitations AI must overcome when applied to the educational system in schools.
Cyberattacks Are A RiskSoftware that uses artificial intelligence is highly susceptible to cyberattacks. Hackers continuously think of new attacks since it has so much data. Imagine a hacker accessing a whole database containing data on students, teachers, parents, and administrators. The exposure of the personal information of such cyberattack victims could be exceedingly harmful.
AI May Encourage A Dependence On TechnologyA kid has to leave his or her phone at school and start reading the same old book. Kids won't be able to envisage their lives without technology once it is integrated into every school. As a result, we'll have a lot of socially awkward, technologically dependent grownups in a few decades.
Absence Of Personal CommitmentFirst off, by replacing teachers with robots, we allow students to acquire all the required knowledge while depriving them of one-on-one contact with a teacher. Teachers provide more than just "information packs"; they also provide personal counseling, have an impact, and set an example.
The Pricey Delivery FeePlanning and calculating the school budget is the main obstacle to using AI in education.
UnemploymentAI has an answer for everything, from managing the administration to instructing. The number of students in a class is unrestricted with online education. AI may soon replace many educational employees, despite the fact that the software business may be flourishing. Additionally, AI may be the final straw that causes the educational sector to experience significant unemployment.
Widens The Wealth-Poverty DivideA tablet or laptop will be necessary for students to use bots and other AI learning resources. However, not all students have these devices as soon as the government stops supporting every technological advancement.
Diminishes Students' Mental Capacity
There are many disadvantages to artificial intelligence adoption in classrooms. The main one is that instead of teaching children how to do things independently, it decreases their capacity for critical thought and increases their reliance on technology.