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A Peak into the Impacts of AI on Education

In today’s world enveloped by fast-paced technological advancements, Artificial Intelligence isn’t a rare term anymore. AI has immensely impacted everyone’s life be it something as simple as online shopping to impeccable stuff like space exploration. The AI revolution has altered education making it smarter and faster and since its inception, the scope of flexible learning has increased multiple folds.

Now let us leave the jargons to the tech-savvy and talk about how AI plays a role in online education.

With AI innovations, personalised learning which has been an ongoing debate has been made possible. Rather than using a ‘one-fashion-fits-all’  tutoring method, adaptive learning can be used to address the unique needs of individual students. Using adaptivity factors AI reviews a learner’s behaviour and performance, level of knowledge, and content preferences to customize his learning needs.

Creation of Smart Content using AI where handbooks are condensed into learning digital interfaces. Content Technologies Inc., an AI development company has created Cram101 which breaks down textbook content into a smart study companion. It highlights chapter-specific summaries and prepares tests and flashcards.

Intelligent Tutoring System( ITS): The intention of enforcing flexible learning can be made smoother by using an ITS to track the knowledge and skills of students and adaptively give real-time feedback. For instance, Carnegie Learning is a software that uses AI to offer real-time education where the system analyzes every keystroke, which allows the teacher to see the progress of each pupil.

Universal access: Gaining education and valuable skills without any restrictions based on time, geography, or attainability of resources. Students across the globe would be able to communicate and co-operate allowing them better exposure.

The Bottom Line:

AI still needs a long way to go to ensure optimized flexible learning, but the transformation has started. According to Business Today, by 2024, 47% of Learning Management tools will be AI-enabled. Now we need to gear up to accept AI as a part of our learning trajectory. Numerous ed-tech companies are using AI technologies to deliver life-changing experiences for students. Within the foreseeable future, flexible learning will be an ongoing global trend.

You can also visit the pages below to get more insights.

https://news.mit.edu/2021/learning-and-about-ai-technology-0125

https://edtechmagazine.com/higher/article/2020/08/improve-online-learning-and-more-artificial-intelligence

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