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Google Brings AI to Schools with Gemini Education

Google introduces Gemini AI for schools, an AI tool for teachers and adult students. Data privacy protections will be ensured, with no data sharing or training AI models. The Gemini integration on Workspace for Education will offer two packages, including Education Premium with full AI tool access. New accessibility features for Chromebooks are also announced, reflecting Google’s commitment to education.




Google announces the arrival of Gemini AI in schools, thanks to an artificial intelligence tool designed specifically for teachers and adult students. The company pledges not to use data generated within schools to train AI models and not to share it with third parties.

The Gemini integration on Workspace for Education will include these special data privacy protections, at no additional cost to institutions. However, this choice implies using the Gemini 1.0 Pro model, which is slightly less updated than newer versions such as Gemini 1.5 Pro or Flash, the latter designed to provide more precise responses.

How Gemini will help educational institutions

Gemini for Google Workspace is scheduled to launch on May 23rd and will be available in two packages for educational institutions. The first is Gemini Education, cheaper and with a monthly usage limit. The second is Education Premium , which will offer full access to Workspace’s AI tools and additional features like automatic notes and summaries for Google Meet, as well as data loss prevention tools.

But there is also news for Chromebooks , very popular devices in schools, which will receive new accessibility features , designed to help students with vision problems or blindness. In the coming months, Chromebook’s magnifier will be able to follow text as you read it aloud, thanks to integration with the “Select to Hear” feature. Additionally, you will be able to enlarge the cursor and turn off the flashing text indicator.


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This move by Google demonstrates the company’s commitment to bringing artificial intelligence to the world of education, while taking into account important issues such as privacy and accessibility. It remains to be seen whether these services will arrive in Italy immediately, if we consider that some time always passes from the introduction in the first markets.

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