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The Role of AI in Education and Why Teenagers Need to Be Ready

Learn how AI can equip students with essential skills and increase their readiness for tomorrow's jobs to prepare them for an AI-driven future of work.

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As we navigate through the 21st century, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is paving the way for a technological revolution like no other. It is vital for parents and educators to comprehend how artificial intelligence is reshaping learning. More importantly, we need to prepare the next generation, our teenagers and students, for a future where AI is not just a tool, but a key component in every aspect of work and life. 85% of jobs will require some level of AI literacy by 2025. (Source: World Economic Forum)

AI in Education

Artificial Intelligence is no longer a distant concept; it's an integral part of the educational landscape. AI-driven tools are not just changing the way students learn and teachers teach, but they're revolutionising it. Here are some key ways AI is transforming education:

🔹Personalised Learning: AI algorithms can analyse students' strengths and weaknesses, customising learning materials and pace to suit individual needs, making learning a truly personal experience.

60% of schools say AI has helped them to personalise learning for each student. (Source: Facebook)

🔹Smart Content: Textbooks are evolving into dynamic, interactive learning resources with AI-powered content that adapts to student progress, making learning more engaging and effective. 

🔹Assessment and Feedback: AI automates assessment, providing instant feedback to students, helping them identify areas for improvement, and fostering a growth mindset. 

🔹Virtual Teachers and Tutors: Chatbots and virtual tutors are available 24/7, offering students additional support, and ensuring learning never stops.

90% of students who study with ChatGPT find it better than using a tutor. (Source:

Why Should Teens Get Prepared with AI?

🔹Future Workforce: AI is rapidly transforming industries. By introducing teenagers to AI tools and concepts, they are better equipped for future job opportunities and can be competitive in the job market.

50% of large enterprises will use AI by 2024. (Source: IDC)

🔹Critical Thinking: Working with AI encourages critical thinking, as students must understand AI's limitations and biases, fostering a deeper understanding of the technology. 

🔹Problem Solving: AI can help students solve complex problems, which is a vital skill in any career. 

🔹Ethical Considerations: Learning about AI ethics and bias enables teenagers to make informed decisions when using AI and to contribute to its responsible development. 

🔹Innovation: AI encourages creativity and innovation. It enables students to explore new solutions to problems and think outside the box.

How to Prepare for the AI-Powered Future

You can learn the basics of AI and getting hands-on experience using AI tools like ChatGPT and MidJourney. hundo's AI Lessons for Students (& Parents) is a 17-lesson course that teaches students the main AI tools and prepares them for the future of work with 3 career-readiness lessons. The course is designed for learners of all levels, from beginner to advanced. Learn more about our course.

Students will benefit from:

✅Learning the basics of AI from experienced instructors

✅Gaining hands-on experience with AI tools and technologies

✅Developing ethical AI practices

✅Building a portfolio of AI projects

✅Preparing for the future of work

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