Always one of the highlights at OEB, the annual Debate is an opportunity for you to discuss one of the most important issues of the day with our expert speakers. The parliamentary-style format encourages a lively exchange of views and allows plenty of time for participation. The motion for debate this year is:
This house believes that the widespread implementation of AI in learning will do more harm than good.
The role of Artificial Intelligence has sparked significant debate in the field of education and training. The motion "This house believes that the widespread implementation of AI in learning will do more harm than good" captures the essence of this discourse.
It will delve into whether the widespread integration of AI in education could, in fact, yield more harm than good, prompting a critical examination of potential drawbacks outweighing the benefits, whilst taking into account various dimensions, including ethical concerns, societal implications, the human touch in learning, as well as the risks of plagiarism and the potential downsides of AI-driven assessment methods. By thoroughly examining these aspects, the debate aims to uncover a comprehensive understanding of the true impact of AI in education and training.