That’s fair Philippe, but it’s still a problem for the spread of online-only courses (like MOOCs). Also, exams are a poor test of certain skills and traits we might want to value, like another comment below (by Steven Hale)points out very well.
Thanks for this Steven, I totally agree with you. In the best case scenario, AI could be the catalyst for a revitalisation of higher ed (a break from the cyclical trap you describe above), one that focuses more on creativity and originality.
Fair enough Nora. I think it’s safe to say that with the right extensions Firefox can be as private/secure as Brave. On why they made a new browser from scratch, Brave says (source):
“Extensions face API and performance limits. Additionally, popular extension stores often host malicious counterfeit extensions, which have…
I am not sure about the MUDI issue, but great to hear you’ve generally had a good experience! I think it’s fair to say Brave are still working on a few UX issues.