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This is why you have to be careful about exactly how you phrase the question.
Jeff Jarvis, director of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the City University of New York, wrote, “Think ‘Intel Inside’.
By 2025, artificial intelligence will be built into the algorithmic architecture of countless functions of business and communication, increasing relevance, reducing noise, increasing efficiency, and reducing risk across everything from finding information to making transactions.
Most education insiders hear “spending,” and they immediately think about their own particular budget.
From a taxpayer’s perspective, none of this matters, since all the money comes from them.