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With some 400 million internet users in Southeast Asia, the region is set to initiate technology reforms.

AI tutors and chatbots are being introduced in Seoul schools for enhanced English learning, simulating real-life scenarios for practical application. Their effectiveness will be assessed for potential expansion, mirroring the projected growth in AI education, as reported by Technavio, highlighting a significant market increase driven by personalized learning and chatbot innovation.

The EY 2023 report emphasizes the need for higher education institutions to pivot towards a human-centric model in their digital transformation efforts. It highlights that placing the needs of students, faculty, and staff at the forefront is crucial for successful adaptation to evolving educational norms.

Key findings show that these groups incur more student loan debt, take longer to complete their degrees, and are more likely to attend for-profit institutions with fewer resources. This financial and institutional burden leads to a preference for industry jobs over academic roles, affecting the diversity of the academic workforce and the broader STEM field.

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