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The Wall Street Journal
Some classrooms in China are equipped with AI cameras and brain-wave trackers. While many parents and teachers see them as tools to improve grades, they’ve become some children’s worst nightmare.
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Michellle Poon😷 Sep 26
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That is exactly why people want to gain autonomy, democracy and freedom. Kids are not learning machine!!!
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ImpeachTheTurkey Sep 26
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Good lord. Later it will be 'zapping them" if their light turns blue. Same for those in the workforce.
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Jason Wang Sep 26
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Sir Ken Robinson in 2006 "Do schools kill creativity?" the most viewed of all time: — "We need our students learning on the basis of diversity, not conformity." 🇨🇳 classrooms: — "Hold my baijiu."
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Catpain Blackudder Sep 26
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What a horrible idea.
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Christine VanderWall Sep 26
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Scary stuff.
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Wendy and Lucy Sep 27
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Uh oh... They are only punishing the (day) dreamers with using this technology... Their minds can't escape if they are being forced to focus 100% of the time. The future of creatives will suffer...
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SueKhan Sep 26
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Raising robots not kids
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Quaker in an "updated testimony" Basement Sep 26
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Whoa up, there. "A giant network of cameras...and facial recognition...helps police monitor citizens"? Isn't this the stuff of dystopian nightmares?
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