The Education Minister of the UAE, Ahmed Belhoul Al Falasi has announced the idea to launch an AI-powered tutor across the country, in partnership with the top tech companies in the world.
In his address at the World Government Summit 2023 in Dubai, The Education Minister said in his speech that the Ministry of Education (MoE) will collaborate together with Microsoft, OpenAI, and other tech companies to utilize AI to improve the quality of education and learning.
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AI Tutors For Students In UAE 2023 Details
MoE will examine the educational system, from the syllabus to execution, in order to identify areas in which areas AI tools could be integrated. Al Falasi further remarked that this new type of tutor will improve the learning experience of students and provide instant feedback and will make learning more interactive.
He said that UAE is dedicated to improving the quality of education as well as giving students the tools they require in an ever-changing world.
It is interesting to note that the Education Minister made an e-mail generated by ChatGPT during the summit, despite his communications team’s request not to make such a speech. The minister said, “Don’t demonize AI as it will become an element of our everyday lives. That’s why I insist that I utilize AI to prove that it can give an impressive speech.”