We live in a world where the internet is their primary source of information, education, and entertainment.

A recent survey found that children in the U.S. aged between 8 and 12 spend five hours a day looking at screens.

Our learning will also change as technology and society continue to evolve and develop.

Global Market Insights Inc. predicts that the AI education market could have a market value of $20 billion by 2027.

The industry growth is good news, as AI can ultimately reduce the burden on teachers across the globe.

However, some educators fear that in the future, AI technology might replace the role of the teacher altogether.

Fortunately, it doesn’t look like teachers are at risk of being replaced by robots anytime soon.

While AI programs can teach literacy and math, social and emotional skills must be taught by humans.

Using AI in education holds many benefits for both students and teachers.