Using artificial intelligence for some teaching tasks -- including lesson planning, grading and feedback -- could save teachers as much as 13 hours per week, according to a report from McKinsey & Co. However, Ryan Baker, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, cautions that there are concerns about the quality of some of this technology, including automatic grading programs.
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