If Jewish educators know one thing, they know that Torah study isn’t going to make you rich. For most students, it will have little impact on their economic outcomes at all. When it comes to AI, this gives Jewish educators a distinct advantage.
When AI entered the general studies classroom, two concerns immediately popped up. The first one was about plagiarism and the need to reconfigure assignments. However, behind this concern was a deeper question: How do you teach the skills that students will need for the economy of the future? I sympathize with these concerns; they will surely take time to resolve, and many painful mistakes will be made along the way.