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Nearly 40% of Teachers Use AI

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Nearly 40% of teachers and a third of students regularly use artificial intelligence, which nine out of 10 teachers say will transform education within two-to-three years, according to a national survey conducted by Impetus Research on behalf of the OTP Fáy Foundation.

It investigated the use of AI with the involvement of 800 young people and 100 teachers. According to 35% of young people aged 16-24, AI may even completely take over the role of teachers in the future.

According to the vast majority of respondents (three-quarters of teachers and 60% of young people), the use of AI will be of critical importance and will be included among the essential basic skills, for which both students and teachers must be prepared as soon as possible.

"Hungary will fall behind if we don't learn to use artificial intelligence," at least eight out of 10 teachers and seven out of 10 young people believe.

To get to know the technology better, the former would like to take part in various further training and lectures, while the latter mostly find out about the latest trends and opportunities from social media. 

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