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Thomas Frey at Da Vinci Institute said in an interview with Business Insider that: “I’ve been predicting that by 2030 the largest company on the internet is going to be an education-based company that we haven’t heard of yet.” This, in the light of that artificial intelligence research today is speeding up, and that in the next step robots will fulfill the gap of future lack of teachers and as a bridge to further personalization of learning etc. However, as cognitively speaking AI systems today are still less capable than a 6-year-old. There is still a long way to go before robots and other forms of artificial intelligence can perform true teaching. But at the same time as research and development on AI is close to multi-speed and as Frey continues: “Nobody has quite cracked the code for the future of education.” Curiosity could be the force that finally cracks the code. Source: World Economic Forum