Artificial Intelligence in education involves both risks and rewards. Because technology often advances more quickly than policy and regulation can keep up, the risk of unfair implementation arises, meaning that it can be incorporated without a focus on inclusion and equality. Additionally, the data fed to AIs is often personal data and must therefore be respected and protected from intrusions and other risks.
That said, AI can be an excellent tool for educators seeking the best methods for educational success. Regularly testing of students is increasingly the norm in many countries, and analyzing the information garnered from such tests can reveal the most effective ways to educate students and the areas students should focus more on in the future. The analysis can be part of an overall examination of educational patterns that AI can perform in a way that human beings simply cannot.