As educators and certifying organizations increase their reliance on remote testing, students’ voicing of concerns about privacy and the intrusiveness of the technology is reaching a crescendo. Ultimately, the issue is about much more than protecting the privacy of test-takers’ confidential information.
As artificial intelligence (AI) takes the center stage across countless industries, it brings along its own suite of misconceptions. This is especially evident in the realm of remote exam proctoring – a field accelerated by COVID-19 – where misconceptions of transformative technologies sow doubts and hinder the adoption of genuinely transformative tools.
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