This book has a focus on schools rather than colleges and universities, but the issues it addresses are the same: what will teaching and learning look like in the age of the intelligent (smart) machine? One of the authors - Wayne Holmes - works at the Open University in the UK. The book comes from The Centre for Curriculum Redesign in Boston and is informed by an in depth understanding of both teaching and learning sciences and the emerging applications of AI. A must-read book for those interesting in embracing this emerging future and a valuable one for those intent on resisting it.
Fadel, C., Holmes, W. and Bialik, M. (2019). Artificial intelligence in education: Promises and implications for teaching and learning. Boston: Centre for Curriculum Redesign.