“What do you mean the machine can ‘learn’?” Terri Hoddingly asked.
“It’s a better way of saying artificial intelligence. Only humans can have intelligence that surpasses other creatures. By letting machines learn the algorithms and other sets of data, we move closer to being able to better know who we are,” Roddell Bishé proclaimed. His hands looked like onyx.
“And this is applicable to the classroom?” She asked Bishé.
“Absolutely we’re going to be able to celebrate the reality of ML and have students from pre-K to PhD to know what it’s like to understand these wonderful machines.”