A group of leaders from some of the country’s top schools have issued a warning
The Government is responding too slowly to the dangers of artificial intelligence, which poses the greatest threat to education, according to head teachers.
A group of leaders from some of the country’s top schools have issued a letter warning of the “very real and present hazards and dangers” being presented by the technology.
They have called on schools to collaborate in order to ensure AI works in their best interests and those of pupils, amid fears it is being used as a shortcut by pupils across the country for completing work.
The group, led by Sir Anthony Seldon, the head of Epsom College, also told the times they are launching a body to advise and protect schools from the risks AI poses.