AI Changing Approaches in Higher Education

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These days, artificial intelligence is gaining more and more traction in higher education, so institutions and universities will operate more like educational and scientific workshops in the future, Ágnes Tóth, president and CEO of the Budapest Metropolitan University told business daily Világgazdaság. 

According to her, digitization and the rise of artificial intelligence have also become a dominant trend in higher education.

She believes that artificial intelligence is gradually replacing the pursuit of traditional occupations in the labor market, changing the entire labor market, as well as the entirety of higher education. 

The president and CEO also said that the acquisition of subject knowledge is no longer the most important task of education, because everything is available on the Internet, everything can be looked up, so the focus is shifting to the development of students' various skills.

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