Will AI end education as we know it? Economist predicts schools, teachers could become 'obsolete'

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  • Source: MSN
  • 09/22/2023
With the surge in growth of artificial intelligence, fears over the new technology have experts weighing in on what impact it will have on U.S. education. 

One economist warned that the technology will eventually lead to the elimination of teaching. 

"One of the jobs that is likely to be eliminated by A.I. is teaching," Euro Pacific Asset Management chief economist Peter Schiff told FOX News Digital. "I think certainly for elementary school education K through 12. I think at the end of the day, schools will be obsolete. The teachers, the administrators, the unions, the whole bureaucracy."

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