AI Mentorship Software
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A digital assistant that uses neural networks to suggest study pathways and develop customized and curated individual learning programs according to each user's specific needs. By supporting individuals in social and learning contexts, as well as personal interests, this AI software runs like a cross-media chatbot featuring both conversational and curated content adapted according to educational methods embedded into its system.
Depending on the country or local laws, using AI in mentoring processes requires adherence to applicable laws and regulations, which could hinder comprehensive implementation relating to data protection, as well as confidentiality, bias, trust, and transparency of algorithms.
If fed with data from traditional models or even gender segregating models, this AI mentor could reinforce sexism, racism, or even historically ignored groups.
It may foster a competitive training environment instead of a collaborative model.
Monitoring primary training quality for individuals based on learning continuity, employment opportunities, and personal development for children and young people disaggregated by their gender.