By Emily Ann Brown District Administration, October 2018
When voice-activated tools are used in the classroom, school leaders need to safeguard student data.
Whether school system leaders realize it or not, voice-activated, artificial intelligence devices such as Alexa and Google Home are becoming a part of classrooms.
“I know of a lot of school districts where teachers use it, and in some districts, the [school administrator] knows about it, but in other districts, they don’t,” says Eileen Belastock, director of academic technology and chief technology officer for Mount Greylock Regional School District in Massachusetts. (read more)
Source: The privacy risks of AI use at school | District Administration Magazine
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