Hasrat Jahan


The world of education is transforming at a rapid pace .Computers have been employed within the field of education for many years. The recent and current research within the field of artificial intelligence (AI) is having a positive impact on educational applications. With children increasingly using tablets and coding becoming part of national curricula around the world, technology is becoming an integral part of classrooms, just like chalk and blackboards. Artificial Intelligence Technique will positively transform education in the coming years by delivering customized relevant knowledge to learners, where and when needed.  This article focuses on contributions that Artificial Intelligence Technique can make to address longterm educational goals. Instructional systems with Artificial Intelligence technology currently support richer experiences for learners and supply researchers with new opportunities to analyze vast data sets of instructional behavior from big databases that record elements of learning, affect, motivation, and social interaction. Personalized learning is described that facilitates student and group experience, reflection, and assessment.


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