The end of school: AI ‘Google brain’ implants to REPLACE education and ‘supercharge IQ’

ARTIFICIAL “brain implants” could replace education and “supercharge” our IQs, an AI expert has claimed.

Top AI expert Nikolas Kairinos believes artificial intelligence will improve people’s lives on a mass scale and dramatically transform the way we learn.

The CEO and Founder of Fountech.ai exclusively told Daily Star Online he is working on a revolutionary AI to “personalise education”.

“The current area of focus is personalised education – trying to demarketise and de monetise learning so that anyone can learn almost anything using AI,” he told Daily Star Online.

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ROBOTS: Artificial intelligence will improve people’s lives on a mass scale, experts say (Pic: GETTY)

“Anyone between the age of 8 and 80, anywhere on the planet, at their own pace can learn almost anything.

“And it’s highly personalised, so the more the AI gets to know you the more it adapts its teaching style, its voice, the time of day it speaks to you – all to optimise learning.”

Nick said the new learning tool could end school as we know it – getting rid of “rogue memorisation” where facts are learned and repeated and eventually forgotten.

“That’s not learning,” Nick said.

IMPLANT: Nick said we will hear the answers to our questions inside our heads (Pic: GETTY)

“This AI will enable anyone in the world, no matter who or how old they are, to log on to their smart tv or their computer or their phone their smart glasses the AI in their car, and say ‘teach me about this’.

“You won’t need to memorise anything. Learning will not be about memorising anything.”

Nick says the need to learn things in “parrot fashion” as we are taught in schools will disappear completely and will free up our brains to think in new, innovative ways – skyrocketing our IQs.

“At the moment it’s all about memorising and learning facts but when they are accessible to you instantly, things are going to taken up a level.

“We will be doing more thinking than just memorising, perhaps getting more creative, learning how to connect dots, and learning how to apply that knowledge.

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