The use of voice-activated, artificial intelligence devices come with the potential for data-privacy risks, asserts Eileen Belastock, director of academic technology and chief technology officer for a Massachusetts school district. In this Q&A, Belastock addresses the risks and shares how to raise awareness among teachers.
Is AI jeopardizing data privacy in schools?
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