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  • Dee Kanejiya, founder and CEO of AI ed tech provider Cognii, expects artificial intelligence to take on a bigger role in grading written answers, answering student questions, tutoring, hands-on learning and simulations this year.
  • He writes for Venture Beat that ETS has already successfully used AI to replace one of the human graders of SAT and GRE essays, proving it can be trained to reliably and accurately analyze and grade student answers.
  • Kanejiya also believes AI will play a role in formative assessment, asking students questions, evaluating their answers and providing feedback as a form of tutoring.

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