Independent school launches AI initaitive to protect pupils

  • 14th May 2024

Alleyn’s School in Dulwich, South London, has launched an ‘artificial intelligence constitution’ to guide and protect pupils using artificial intelligence, The Telegraph has reported.

Alleyn’s School is a co-educational independent day school and sixth form for pupils aged four to 18.

The school has drawn up the constitution’s rules and guidelines and sent them to parents ahead of introducing artificial intelligence to its curriculum in September.

Alleyn’s School’s headteacher Jane Lunnon said: “It will bring a real parity for pupils and for teachers and parents. In a sense, it’s a refinement of the traditional school rules and we are making sure that everyone knows what they are.

“We can’t ignore AI. It is not going to disappear from our minds. It is the genie that will now not go back into the bottle, but you can absolutely make sure that everyone is clear about the risks, boundary them and make everything age-appropriate.”

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