The Effect Of The Artificial Intelligence On Learning Quality & Practices In Higher Education

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Dr. Mohammad Irshad Hussain , Dr. Mohd Shamim , Dr. Ravi Sankar AV , Dr. Munendra Kumar , Kaushik Samanta , D. T. Sakhare


Computers have been employed in the field of education for many years. However, recent and current research within the field of artificial intelligence (Al) is having a positive impact on education. For example, there now exist ICAI (intelligent computer-assisted instruction) systems to teach or tutor many different subjects; several such systems are discussed herein. In addition to CA1 (computer-assisted instruction) systems, we discuss the development of learning environments that are designed to facilitate student-initiated learning. A third major application is the use of expert systems to assist with educational diagnosis and assessment. During the course of our discussion of these three major application areas, we indicate where AI has already played a major role in the development of such systems and where further research is required in order to overcome current limitations. AI is perceived as a bane and also a boon to the education system and to the human intellect. Optimistic utilization of AI in the classrooms is highly recommended by both teacher and student participants. It is also identified that majority of the teachers are more adaptable to embrace new technological changes than students. Further study on generation and geographic diversity based teacher and student perceptions may support more effective implementation of AI in education.

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