From Inside Higher Ed:
Robots won't be competing with humans to get into college any time soon, as researchers at Japan's National Institute of Informatics have abandoned a plan to create a robot smart enough to be admitted to the University of Tokyo, The Japan Times reported. The Todai Robot project, which launched in 2011, aimed to create an college-ready artificial intelligence by March 2022, but the researchers recently discovered limitations that would make it difficult for it to process certain exam questions. A prototype of the robot took a standardized college admissions test this year, but its score was not high enough to be considered for admission.
If you do get one in your class, it's important to know what to say: