Should a machine dictate your child’s future?

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The rise of the machines. They are coming. Artificial intelligence has been a buzzword across many industries over the last few years. If you live in Japan then it is heralded, like the second coming of Jesus, but in many Western countries, it is feared. In a manner that leaves many imagining Arnold Schwarzenegger bursting through the wall, AI is both feared and loved in equal measure.




We strive for better education in England. This is not to say the world’s problems are not our concern, as they are. We are all human. We are all living on this earth and should be doing everything we can to push the species forward and help each other.

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