The business Edgenuity offers systems that are AI grading tests. Works out that they just seek out key words without doing any real semantic analysis.
It’s not synthetic cleverness but natural stupidity placed on computers.
I’m maybe not amazed. Should anybody be amazed?
In Europe, Article 22 associated with General information Protection Regulations (GDPR) offers up at the very least some algorithmic transparency. I’m no attorney but I think the rather demonstrably completely automated nature for the so-called algorithm that is AI here would mean that the european pupil could need to start to see the algorithm to which (s)he had been subject. Such transparency would certainly place an end that is swift this sort of rubbish software and ideally the firms peddling it.
David Rudling “a european pupil could need to begin to see the algorithm to which (s)he had been subject.”