Apple Inc co-founder Steve Wozniak has an idea that could help fix the U.S. public education system: computers, of course, Reuters reports. Technology is getting to the point where devices are built today that have all the sensors humans have–of movement, eyesight and hearing, although they are still far from replacing human teachers, he said.
“We’re getting closer to where you can make devices that become a friend and not just a computerized textbook,” he told chip engineers at an event in Silicon Valley on Tuesday…
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