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Generative AI is transforming industries across the board, and education is no exception. But as we stand at the brink of this generative AI teaching revolution, it’s important to recognize that there is much more that needs to be done.

The current teacher shortage crisis presents a dual challenge for the education system: not only is there a need to fill a growing number of vacancies, but there's also a pressing need to support the existing educators to prevent burnout and attrition. Teachally, an AI-driven educational platform, addresses these challenges head-on through two key strategies: upskilling new teachers and alleviating factors that contribute to teacher burnout.

The quest for diversity in AI-generated content, while noble in intent, has recently led to some controversial and comical outcomes, exemplifying the challenges of bias in artificial intelligence.

Call me a music geek, but as someone who once taught College-level music, I find joy in listening and analyzing music compositions. Recently, while listening to Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" with my daughter, we stumbled into a discussion about Basso Continuo. This conversation sparked a thought about its striking resemblance to the foundational elements of teaching with Teachally.

Guardrails within the realm of artificial intelligence (AI) are essential boundaries and ethical protocols that direct and confine AI operations to ensure they are conducted within safe, ethical, and precisely intended scopes. These mechanisms are especially pivotal in the educational sector, acting as the compass that guides AI to navigate through the extensive sea of data.