“Deep Learning” describes a type of machine learning where unsupervised computers refine their artificial intelligence capabilities by analyzing unstructured data. Hewlett Packard is enthusiastically committing $30 million to advance a “deeper learning” approach to public education that supposedly fosters knowledge of core academic content, critical thinking, collaboration, communication skills, learning-to-learn, and development of appropriate “mindsets.” BUT at the same time, they’re making significant investments in Open Education Resources (OER). Once OER is adopted and 1:1 devices become the norm, learning in relationship will be supplanted by an isolating “playlist” version of education where students are disconnected from teachers and one another. Students will spend a majority of their day watching videos and consuming modular education content aligned to standards, just like those unsupervised computers. In the name of progress, innovative disruption will bring artificial intelligence to everyone, humans and non-humans alike. Meanwhile, knowledge and wisdom be limited to those who can afford real, human instruction.