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Towards artificial intelligence-based assessment systems

‘Stop and test’ assessments do not rigorously evaluate a student's understanding of a topic. Artificial intelligence-based assessment provides constant feedback to teachers, students and parents about how the student learns, the support they need and the progress they are making towards their learning goals.

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  1. Rose Luckin is Professor of Learner Centred Design, UCL Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education, University College London, 23–29 Emerald Street, London WC1N 3QS, UK.

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