Robo-readers aren’t as good as human readers — they’re better – The Hechinger Report

In April of 2012, Mark D. Shermis, then the dean of the College of Education at the University of Akron, made a striking claim: “Automated essay scoring engines” were capable of evaluating student writing just as well as human readers. Shermis’s research, presented at a meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education, created …


Robo-readers are better at the mechanical analysis of writing and have a positive impact on revision.

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