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【50 分鐘訪談】校長分享 : AI 洪流下 香港學校、教師、家長及學生 面臨大改變

UNWIRE.HK2024-04-30
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The video discusses the impact of generative artificial intelligence on education, highlighting the need to adapt to AI technology and incorporate it into teaching and learning. It emphasizes the evolution of the education system to focus on practical skills, values, and AI literacy. The future of education may involve incorporating new technologies like blockchain and digital currencies. The importance of preparing students for the changing technological landscape, fostering critical skills, and enhancing creativity is emphasized. The segment also addresses concerns about AI plagiarism, the role of parents in AI education, and the potential for AI to streamline educational processes.

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The impact of generative artificial intelligence on education and the workforce.
01:44
Principal Chu emphasizes the importance of embracing AI in teaching and learning.
The Samsung Galaxy S24 series is promoted for its AI features like real-time translation and transcription.
The discussion highlights the need to incorporate AI into daily life and educational practices.
The video stresses the significance of recognizing and utilizing AI for future advancements in various industries.
Generative artificial intelligence is transforming the education sector with its speed and impact.
03:45
EduTec Company is leading the way with AI projects, driving rapid development in education.
Foreign experts warn that traditional education systems may not prepare students for the AI era.
Without reforms, the education system risks falling behind in developing necessary skills.
Generative AI allows for communication in familiar languages and comparison of past and present scenarios.
The importance of teaching practical skills and values in the education system with the rise of generative artificial intelligence.
09:03
AI should be viewed as a tool for learning and creativity, not a substitute for traditional education.
Regulations may be needed to promote the healthy development of AI in education.
Educators should focus on preparing students to effectively use AI in their daily lives.
Language abilities and critical thinking skills should be nurtured from a young age to adapt to technological advancements.
The future of education: integrating new technologies and emphasizing skills over knowledge acquisition.
11:28
Generative AI has the potential to transform teaching methods by providing personalized learning experiences and immediate access to information.
AI literacy is becoming more important for both teachers and students, with a focus on understanding the limitations and ethical implications of AI.
Schools may transition to a skill-based model, prioritizing the acquisition and development of skills over traditional knowledge.
Interpersonal skills such as teamwork and communication are deemed essential, with schools playing a key role in their cultivation.
Importance of adapting education system to changing world.
15:46
Emphasis on teamwork, communication skills, and leadership.
Impact of AI on knowledge and human intelligence.
Critique of current exam system for focusing on memorization over other skills.
Hope for future exams to assess students' abilities in various aspects beyond knowledge retention.
Impact of generative artificial intelligence on the education sector.
19:28
Emphasizes the importance of cultivating students' own qualities rather than relying solely on AI.
Concerns raised about potential for AI to facilitate plagiarism and hinder actual learning.
Calls for education reform to adapt to technological advancements and develop critical skills for future job markets.
Emphasizes the need for practical questions and preliminary measures to address challenges of integrating AI into education effectively and ethically.
Implementation of AI education in schools in Hong Kong.
21:55
AI programming being incorporated into the curriculum and teachers being trained accordingly.
Collaboration between the Department of Education, industry businesses, and universities for teacher training programs.
Active promotion of AI education by the government and public, focusing on developing innovative technology.
Importance of establishing a framework for teaching AI in junior high schools to stay ahead in the technological landscape.
Challenges faced by parents in allowing students to use generative artificial intelligence.
24:00
Education Bureau focusing on parental education and distributing information to schools.
Evolution of parental role and measures to help parents understand and control AI use.
Schools in Hong Kong leading in implementing STEM and online learning.
Varying attitudes towards AI among organizations and community members, with guidelines for missionary work emphasizing clear rules and careful usage.
Concerns about students using ChatGPT for homework assignments and teachers' ability to detect plagiarism.
27:42
Emphasis on the importance of writing practice for students to clarify their thoughts.
Suggestions for modifying writing exercises to include ChatGPT and evaluating student submissions based on ChatGPT commands.
Highlight on the potential future reliance on ChatGPT for writing tasks.
Emphasis on evolving teaching methods to adapt to technological advancements and exploring new grading standards.
Implementation of generative artificial intelligence for future creations through Prompt Engineering.
30:33
Repeated inputting of commands to generate desired outputs, particularly in School-based Assessment.
Crucial role of students' thought process when interacting with AI, emphasizing the need for teachers to be familiar with this technology.
Competitive advantage of understanding and proficiently using generative AI in the workplace highlighted by Keith Li.
Ethical concerns raised by the use of ChatGPT for writing assistance, specifically regarding cheating.
Importance of Education in Driving Economic Development in Hong Kong.
35:32
Hong Kong's education system is known for its high quality, professional teachers, ongoing training, and emphasis on new teaching methods.
There is a suggestion to invite students from different places to study in Hong Kong to broaden perspectives.
The speaker emphasizes the need for Hong Kong to rethink its education system to drive future economic development.
Education has a significant impact on various economic activities and has led to the emergence of EduTec companies, highlighting the importance of leveraging education to support and boost the Hong Kong economy.
The potential of AI in education and work.
38:26
AI is seen as a tool to assist with tasks like writing and speech drafting.
Increasing involvement of AI in daily life, using Samsung's AI phone as an example.
Personal experiences shared of using AI for productivity, such as transcribing meetings and generating summaries.
Optimism expressed about AI's future impact on learning methods and work processes, envisioning a more collaborative and efficient future with AI technology.
The application of AI in work and life, with a focus on Samsung AI phones.
40:21
AI simplifies tasks and is predicted to aid workers and daily life operations.
AI functions include direct translation and summarizing, bringing convenience and joy.
The future of learning involves AI correcting student work promptly, reducing manual tasks, and improving lesson planning.
AI can assist teachers with generating test questions, organizing formats, and creating diverse learning materials.
Integration of AI in education to aid teachers and students.
44:52
Emphasis on AI guidance for students and parents, stressing the importance of clear understanding and careful utilization of generative artificial intelligence.
Addressing the role of teachers in adapting to new technologies, with assurance that they will not be replaced.
Call for more creative homework assignments and the potential for AI to inspire student creativity and aid learning processes.
Role of Tools in AI Development
46:10
Tools are developed to aid humans in the field of artificial intelligence.
In Hong Kong, everyone can contribute to addressing land issues.
The impact of AI in addressing land issues remains unclear, but there is potential for significant advancements in the future.