Schools are using AI to track what students write on their computers
Over 50 million k-12 students are going back to school in the U.S. For many of them using a school computer, every word they type will be tracked. Under the Children's Internet Protection Act, any U.S. school that receives federal funding is required to have an internet-safety policy. As school-issued tablets and Chromebook laptops become more commonplace, schools must install technological guardrails to keep their students safe. For some, this simply means blocking inappropriate websites. Others, however, have turned to software companies like Gaggle, Securly and GoGuardian to surface potentially worrisome communications to school administrators.
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