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Bulgaria: Guidelines for the use of artificial intelligence

17 May 2024
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The Ministry of Education and Science of Bulgaria has released guidelines for the use of artificial intelligence in schools. The document is not mandatory or binding, the department specified. 

 

A working group at the Ministry of Education and Culture has been writing the guidelines for more than a month, which can now be used by teachers and especially principals, since a large part of the decisions about the implementation of AI will depend on the principals. 

 

The guidelines present exemplary ways in which AI can be used in education, for example, creating lessons, projects and writing essays. Moreover, it is also explained that AI can be used to identify students at risk of dropping out, as it also analyses grades and absences. However, the paper also notes that despite the large-scale cases AI is capable of solving, it is not a substitute for skills. 

 

More information: Изкуственият интелект влиза в училище - Труд (trud.bg) 

 

Source: Eurydice Unit Bulgaria 

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