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. “It might not replace human teachers, but it can free them from tedious tasks.”
For years, burnout has been a serious issue for the teaching profession around the globe. According
to a 2014 report by the Alliance for Excellent Education, a teachers’ advocacy group, roughly 50
0,000 teachers in the United States either move to new jobs or leave the profession every year.
Speaking at the 2019 National Education Work Conference in Beijing, Chen Baosheng, minister of education, said his minis
try has made reducing unnecessary work for teachers one of this year’s top priorities.
“We have to free teachers from pointless paperwork and nonteaching-related work,” he said.
“We have to give time and energy back to teachers to let them work on their research and on preparing lessons.”
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ls, integrating artificial intelligence in schoolwork and administration, and trai
ning teachers and students to become more proficient with the technology are cr
ucial for the success of AI-infused education, experts said.
During the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Educat
ion in Beijing last month, Chen Baosheng, minister of education, said the use of AI tec
hnologies in education can fundamentally change the spatial and ti
me requirements, as well as the supply of educational resources.
“This allows the creation of large-scale, personalized, multifaceted education for people,” Chen
said, adding that China is investing a wealth of resources and manpower to make the goal a reality.
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ts per kilometer for each day, below the 7,000-visit bottom line required by the National Deve
lopment and Reform Commission, the nation’s top economic planner, as early as 2015.
More global top companies will participate in and expand their exhibition area du
ring the second China International Import Expo, financial news outlet Yicai reported.
The expo, which will be held in Shanghai again this November, will al
so have thousands of companies taking part for the first time, the report said.
“We will expand our display area from 200 square meters to 300 square meters this year, which shows our confidence in the Chi
nese market,” said Eric Rondolat, CEO of Dutch lighting company Signify, formerly known as Philips Lighting.