If offered the opportunity, I would have loved to ask Schneiderman how our (yours, actually) education system would have to adapt to accommodate living in a world with AI. Many schools already have computer labs, teach some form of data visualization, basic statistics and how to not be fooled by propaganda (at least it is part of the Brazilian curriculum, in theory). However, the ethical and technical "dilemmas" or concerns seem a little different. There is the question of privacy, accountability, how powerful are they really, could they substitute humans, how they really work (beyond the level of magic black box that can learn better than humans, which is very wrong), and many other misconceptions that appear in the media, social media or in casual conversation. So, I would like to ask him how does he believe that the education system could do a better job of creating people that are able to better navigate a world where AI is a common tool.