(ANSA) - ROME, MARCH 23 - "The study of scientific subjects is particularly important in an age in which Artificial Intelligence dominates, which can never replace the teacher's humanization work. It will be supportive, it will have to be governed, but not will replace. Schools must not teach how to use new technologies; we must train children to have the right mentality to use them, to master them. For this revolution we need everyone's contribution. Much depends on the ability to stimulate enthusiasm. We need everyone's contribution but also teachers, of an extraordinary collaboration. Only teachers can provide concrete advice on the needs and criticalities of teaching".
Thus the Minister of Education Giuseppe Valditara speaking at the Accademia dei Lincei in Rome, at the conference "The teaching of mathematics" present, among others, the Nobel Prize for Physics Giorgio Parisi and the president of the Italian Mathematical Union, Piermarco Cannarsa.