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Reimagining the Role of Technology in Higher Education

Prepared for instructors, administrators, policymakers, educational technology developers,
funders, employers, and learners, the supplement articulates a vision and action plan that responds to an urgent national priority—postsecondary success for all Americans.

K-12 Digital Infrastructure Brief: Privacy Enhancing, Interoperable, and Useful

Education’s digital infrastructure is officially considered critical infrastructure, and just as we
work to provide physical infrastructure that is safe, healthy, and supportive for all students, we
need to align resources to create digital infrastructure that is safe, accessible, resilient, sustainable, and future-proof.

Advancing Digital Equity for All:

As we recover from the pandemic, educators are increasingly leveraging the breadth of active and innovative
learning opportunities made possible through technology. In addition, schools are accelerating the
implementation of whole learner approaches with technology, including connections to social and emotional supports, parent-educator engagement opportunities, tele-health and tele-mental health, and basic needs services. For such opportunities to become equitably and sustainably available at scale, we must do more to ensure all learners, families/caregivers, and communities have access to technology and the opportunities that it unlocks.

Research.University News: Mustafa Suleyman on getting Washington and Silicon Valley to tame AI

There is one big question in AI: how much better can LLMs get? This isn’t just important for worries about building a super-intelligent AI, it also matters for work, as AI can do many tasks at an average human level, or better, already. What happens if it reaches the 99% level of ability?

So far, LLM ability increases with the scale of the underlying model… and a founder of DeepMind says the scale of models is going up 1000x in the next 3 years!