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Very much like the conclusion to Mike Sharples paper, ‘Towards social generative AI for education: theory, practices and ethics‘:
Designing new social AI systems for education requires more than fine tuning existing language models for educational purposes. It requires building GAI to follow fundamental human rights, respect the expertise of teachers and care for the diversity and development of students. This work should be a partnership of experts in neural and symbolic AI working alongside experts in pedagogy and the science of learning, to design models founded on best principles of collaborative and conversational learning, engaging with teachers and education practitioners to test, critique and deploy them. The result could be a new online space for educational dialogue and exploration that merges human empathy and
experience with networked machine learning.