After a month-long trial, a Chinese middle school has implemented a “smart classroom behavior management system” equipped with facial-recognition technology to capture and analyze student’s expressions and movement, VentureBeat reports. The system monitors student behavior and delivers students’ real-time attentiveness score to the teacher. The school’s vice principal, Zhang Guanqun, explained the system was designed to improve interactions between students and teachers. Some have raised privacy concerns, arguing that the extensive use of AI-enabled cameras does not belong in the classroom.
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