Students attend the Chinese Chess Challenge “1K vs AI” Battle Day at Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai, where 1,000 students played against Chinese chess artificial intelligence systems on October 27. Photo: David Wong

Artificial intelligence can create smarter classrooms and students – but it won’t replace teachers

Winnie Tang says AI can take the drudgery out of teaching, while also identifying students’ interests and potential in a scientific way, but there’s no substitute for good mentors and guides

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Students attend the Chinese Chess Challenge “1K vs AI” Battle Day at Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai, where 1,000 students played against Chinese chess artificial intelligence systems on October 27. Photo: David Wong
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Winnie Tang

Winnie Tang

Dr Winnie Tang JP is an adjunct professor in the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong. She is a pioneer in bringing the geographic information system technology to Hong Kong. Over the years, she has been actively advocating the use of technology in e-health, environmental conservation and education. She also founded the Smart City Consortium and Esri China (Hong Kong) Limited.