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Call it dystopian, but for years I've said that teachers and educators will someday be replaced by AI. Teachers instruct to the level of the average student in a room of 30, 50, or sometimes 100. This causes the progression to be fast and confusing to some students, and very slow and obvious to others.

An AI teacher would have a very good understanding of where each student is, and could work closely with them to challenge them at the levels they need. When a student has a question, they can ask without fear. When they're doing exceptionally well, they can progress to harder subjects.

Of course in the true dystopian society this AI is run by the government.

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