AI In the Classroom 2023-2024: Promises and Perils
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Simba Information’s AI In the Classroom 2023-2024: Promises and Perils report details the trends impacting the market, information on the market landscape, the type of AI applications in the classroom, company profiles on the leading competitors in the market, existing AI teaching and learning products on the market, and one-on-one interviews with representatives in the market from 2020-2023.
As discussed in greater detail in this report, teachers are beginning to look at generative AI as something that has the potential to make them more productive and may even be able to assist with teaching. Consequently, movements are starting to coalesce rather quickly to bring these potential benefits to classrooms.
The report found that the AI in education market is estimated to grow from $3.68 billion in 2023 to $173.39 billion by 2033.