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Can AI In School Help Students Be More Creative and Self-Directed?

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University of Washington Associate Professor Katie Davis

"My hope is that kids will . . . use chatbots as a source of inspiration rather than an answer bank."

Credit: Lara Grauer

Katie Davis, a University of Washington associate professor in the Information School, is interested in how researchers might use AI tools to make learning more creative.

Davis is the author of "Technology's Child: Digital Media's Role in the Ages and Stages of Growing Up." In an interview, she discusses her book, her research, and how generative AI might support learning.

From University of Washington
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