First guide on AI in education recommends 13 years as minimum age

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A new UNESCO report urges governments to regulate generative AI (GenAI) in the classroom, with a recommendation of placing an age limit on the technology. GenAI, which produces new content in various formats ranging from text to image, gained popularity in late 2022 with ChatGPT, OpenAI’s natural language tool. In January 2023, ChatGPT’s monthly active users reached 100 million people. Six months later, in July, only one country had released regulations on GenAI, according to the authors. Nearly 80% of women’s jobs at risk from generative AI, new research findsThe guidelines highlight that Gen…

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