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This paper aims to find the “attitude of secondary students towards artificial intelligence.” Intelligence is a blessing received to humankind through we can learn new things, experience surrounding, and solve complex problems by making our life at pace (Ewert, 2018). Likewise, artificial intelligence (AI) is one of such abilities given to machines by humans to perform all possible tasks which humans can perform (Kengam, 2020). Rapidly growing technology has continuously changed human existence, including robotics and automation leading to the magical transformation. However, this technological transformation has not left the education field untouched. Through the Digital survey, this paper analyzes the understanding of secondary students towards artificial intelligence and its possible effect in the field of education. The researcher found the high attitude in Pune city from the qualitative and quantitative data collected.
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