This question made me research Learning and Education (myths!*) and putting it in context of AI: *https://nicemedia.co.uk/myth-busting-urban-myths-about-learning-and-education-2/ . For example:
– Why should we bother learning if the answer is on the internet? Interesting assumption especially relevant with AI (conclusion below).
– there is a great difference between the way someone says he/she prefers to learn and the way that they actually learn better (similar to what people like to eat is not always what is good for them)
– you learn 70% informally (i.e. experiences) and just 30% through formal education (sorry University contacts ;0)
– the left part of the brain is ‘rational’ and right is more ‘creative’ is a myth as we actually need to use both parts of the brain for creative and rational tasks (see conclusion)
– below picture is mainly added as visuals attract more attention and show research shows that we are more inclined to believe something with a picture 😀
My (own) conclusion: in context of AI it will completely change how and what we learn, but more focus will be on developing both a rational mind (for input) and on soft skills to work and interpret outcomes (and provide the ´human touch´).
What are your comments, and how do you see learning changes?