Michael from Norway and Goron from Italy discuss if computers can take the place of teachers.
Goron: Hi, I'm Goron from Italy.
Michael: I'm Michael from Norway.
Goron: So, the question is do you think computers can replace teachers?
Michael: That's a good question. No, and why I think that is because, you know, there's only that much you can make interactive without any discipline and I think teacher is the part there that really motivates the students to go further. A computer will never really motivates you, it will only tell you if you're doing good or bad while a teacher can really, you know, tell you about his or her experience, tell you what to do to become better and they will really give you a hint on how to improve yourself in a more humane way.
Goron: I agree with you, definitely.
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