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How AI Can Save Teachers Time, According to a Google Executive

By Lauraine Langreo & Sam Mallon — June 27, 2024 3:18
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The head of education impact for Google, Jennie Magiera, says introducing artificial intelligence can help solve some of the problems schools are facing right now, but recognizes its limitations too.

Education Week spoke with Magiera at this week’s International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Denver, Colo., where she shared her thoughts on the technology, and its place in education.

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Lauraine Langreo is an Education Week staff writer, covering education technology and learning environments.
Sam Mallon is a video producer for Education Week.

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