多年来,有人在爱人圈晒出了一张在线指点教师的学科清单,一名教师高级中学物理在线直播课每小时的实际收入高达18842元↓↓↓

How the take off of AI-enabled education will affect the interaction
between China’s 14 million teachers and 188 million pupils

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PUBLISHED : Saturday, 14 October, 2017, 12:30pm

其一薪酬甚至超过当下火热的互联网女主播。一时半刻,当网红不及当教员,亚洲必赢官网,大概刷爆了富有有关人员的对象圈,不用整容,不用提胸,不用卖萌,老师遇上互连网,真是站着就把钱赚了~

UPDATED : Saturday, 14 October, 2017, 1:49pm

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先是,先看一下业务的由来↓↓↓

A physics teacher made 18,842 yuan ($2,890) in an hour for his online
course, but educational authorities are calling for ban on this
teaching model.

一名物理老师的在线课程时薪达到18842元(约2890加元),教育大家呼吁禁止那种教师情势。

A total of 2,617 students have signed up for Wang Yu’s tutoring course
on high school physics, which is carried out online at a cost of 9
yuan for each audience member. The seven-classes have attracted 9,479
students in total.

共有261多个学生登记了王羽的高级中学物理课程,该学科通过网络开始展览,每人9元。七堂课共吸引了94八十九个学生来见见。

With an online portal hosting the course charging 20 percent of Wang’s
income, the teacher made an average of 18,842 yuan per hour.

扣除2/10的在线平台分成后,该老师一钟头的实际收入高达18842元。

For Peter Cao, who has dedicated 16 years of his career to teaching
chemistry in a high school in central China’s Anhui province, in every
teacher there lives a “doctor”.

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He spends two to three hours a day grading assignments, ­a process the
38-year-old describes as “diagnosing”.

莫非那只是个个案吗?不止呢,葡萄牙语课程同样有强烈的样子↓↓↓

“By reviewing the homework of my pupils, I can have an overall picture
about their understanding of the lessons I give,” Cao said, adding that
this “diagnosis” helps him draw up a teaching plan for the following
day.

A college English teacher also using an online teaching platform said
she earned about 50,000 yuan in two months, with the largest class
attracting 1,700 online students.

1个高等学校罗马尼亚语老师说通过在线教育平台,她在八个月的时日里上课了1700个在线学生,赚得50,000元人民币。

But if the Chinese online education start-up Master Learner has its way,
Cao and his 14 million fellow teachers in China will be able to hand
this time-consuming review process to a “super teacher”, a powerful
“brain” capable of answering nearly 500 million of the most tested
questions in China’s middle schools as well as scoring high points in
each Gaokao test, China’s life-changing college entrance exam, for the
past 30 years.

在线教育的大幅度,使得广大人起头畅想,网络+教育是还是不是打翻教育围墙的柏林(Berlin)铁汉吗~↓↓↓

Online education services are mushrooming in China. One tutoring site
offering eight middle and high school courses boasts 15 million
registered student users. Online teachers are generally happy with the
extra income because the Internet has greatly reduced travel costs and
allows more flexible instruction.

在线教育在炎黄大肆。二个从业中型小型学引导的创设网站称她们的挂号学生用户达到了150万。在线教授对那种额外利润的法门都很惬意,因为网络大大节省了直通开销,并且提供了越来越多的教导弹性。

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价廉物美,弹性,方便,都以在线教育完美完败守旧教育的帮助和益处↓↓↓

If the super teacher sounds too smart to be human, that is because it is
not. It is an artificial intelligence -powered education platform
developed by Master Learner’s 300 engineers, trained using the hundreds
of millions of maths, physics and chemistry questions faced by China’s
middle school pupils everyday.

“A computer with a camera will do, as long as the network is stable,”
Wang said.

“一台总计机一个摄像头,互联网稳定就OK。”王羽说。

Low costs and high efficiency of online classes have also attracted
various parents.

在线课程的低廉高效也吸引了重重家长。

“Compared real classes that cost one or two hundred yuan, online
equivalents are

available for less than 10 yuan. I prefer this mode if it helps my
child,” one parent explained.

“与观念培训动辄一两百的花销相比较,在线课程只有不到10块钱,作者更爱好让男女选取那种课程。”1个家长说到。

“It used to be very difficult to have both efficiency and quality in
education. With AI, we can make it happen,” said Zhang Kailei, the
founder and chief executive of Shanghai-based Master Learner, which has
a valuation of more than US$100 million.

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The Chinese government has made AI-enabled education a national
strategy, a part of an AI development road map that aims to make the
country a global centre of AI innovation by 2030, according to a
government plan released by China’s State Council in July.

每每到这几个时候,都会油但是生的学者,照旧代表了她们的焦虑↓↓↓

Education has emerged as one of the hottest verticals for the
application of AI in China. According to market research firm IT Juzi,
it ranks third after medicine and automobiles among industries that have
witnessed the most changes brought on by AI.

But it has raised eyebrows among local educational authorities. An
official from the Education Bureau in Nanjing, capital of east China’s
Jiangsu Province, said the city bans teachers from offering paid
tutoring to students including online services.

但是那种情景还是引起了地方专家的不安。格Russ哥教育局的某主任说,常州市不准教师承接任何款式的收费带领,蕴涵那种在线服务。

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Zhang’s start-up is one of a growing number of Chinese online education
companies that are increasingly looking to AI to upend traditional
classrooms, reaching more people with an offer of higher quality
education and better efficiency in a country where the best education
resources and teachers have so far only been accessed by children from
well-off families in big cities.

Hujiang, one of the largest online education sites in China, is working
to utilise image recognition and voice recognition to capture student’s
facial expression and feedback to improve the interaction between pupils
and teachers in online classes.

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Analysts and business insiders say AI is an inevitable step in the
development of education in China, a country that has 188 million pupils
in schools.

“AI will improve China’s education industry. With changes in knowledge
delivery channels, patterns and content, it realises cost reduction and
efficiency improvement,” said Roger Chung, a senior manager at Deloitte
Research specialising in telecommunications, media and technology.

Chung said a major issue that the Chinese education system faces is the
uneven distribution of resources. “Good teachers and schools are
concentrated in metropolitan areas, while education resources in rural
areas suffers.

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“ Through adaptive learning technologies, intelligent learning
management systems and the like, pupils can get online resources, reduce
their dependence on teachers and at the same time obtain personalised
education services,” he said.

“Reducing costs has been a challenge for the traditional education
industry with rising labour expenses, not to mention that good teachers
are rare in China,” said Ben Hu, a Shanghai-based entrepreneur whose
start-up is banking on technologies to solve this problem.

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After spending years training an AI system that can analyse pupils’
learning habits and tailor English learning programmes based on an
individual’s demands, Hu’s company, which has an Al-enabled English
learning app called Liulishuo, can teach as many pupils as possible with
only one AI teacher – an approach that is able to provide affordable
education to more people.

Hu, Liulishuo’s chief technology officer, said his company is able to
stay profitable while offering a year-long course for 966 yuan
(US$146.8)) thanks to 600,000 paid customers.

“With our AI system, we can make our training fee as cheap as drinking a
Coke everyday for a year. If you look at traditional English training
schools in China, the fee for a year usually stands at 30,000 yuan,” he
said.

To make sure children in rural areas can also embrace this innovation,
China’s Education Ministry has required governments at all levels to
spend no less than 8 per cent of their annual funding on digitalisation
of education. In 2016, an estimated 300 billion yuan was invested in
China on digitalisation.

About 73 million out of the 76 million middle schools in China have
access to the internet, according to Master Learner’s Zhang. “This has
laid a solid foundation for the take off of AI-enabled education in
China,” he said.

“With the help of AI, teachers are able to provide more personalised
education as the machine can help them identifyconcepts pupils are not
comprehending in almost real time,” said Zhang.

“With better efficiency, top teachers in good schools will have the time
to take care of more pupils, even those in remote areas in China,” he
said, adding the company’s AI learning services have been tested over
the past year in more than 100 classes across China and are expected to
expand to 1,000 classes by then end of the year.

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