The ed-tech world has been buzzing for months about ChatGPT, the powerful artificial intelligence tool that can respond to seemingly any prompt. Observers have speculated about how it might change the nature of teachers’ jobs and personalize education for students.
Now, some in ed tech are betting it can improve tutoring—a strategy that has boomed as schools struggle to help kids make up lost ground after months of disrupted learning.
In March, the online learning platform Khan Academy debuted a new AI chatbot—Khanmigo—designed to tutor and coach students in one-on-one…
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