Most learning will be accomplished through intelligent, adaptive courseware presented by computer-simulated teachers. In the learning process, human adults will fill the counselor and mentor roles instead of being academic instructors. These assistants will be often not physically present, and help students remotely. Students still will learn together and socialize, though this is often done remotely via computers.
Kurzweil, Ray. 1999. The age of spiritual machines: when computers exceed human intelligence. New York: Viking.