Will Computers Ever Replace Teachers?

In an article for The NewYorker, Harvard professor Justin Reich probes the idea that computers might someday entirely replace teachers in the classroom. He talks about the history of PLATO, a mainframe computer at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, which ran software called Programmed Logic for Automated Teaching Operations. It was set up as a lab to test the ability of a human-less teacher ability. This was 1972. RE

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