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Education 2.0: Impact of AI on learning

In today’s rapidly changing world, education is evolving alongside technology

and the catalyst for this transformation is AI.


AI, which stands for Artificial Intelligence is an advancement in technology which

is basically a simulation of human intelligence to perform various tasks. Alexa's

voice, Google maps, face screen unlock are day to day examples of Artificial

Intelligence. Gone are the traditional ways of learning. AI has in a way made

learning much simpler and more interesting.

Giving students a personalized experience of learning is one of the main features

of AI. From personalized quizzes to content recommendation to adaptive

assignments, AI offers it all. It recognizes the student’s weak as well as strong

areas and caters to the individual’s needs accordingly.

Through Natural language processing and Machine learning, AI is outshining in

content creation. It can create immensely interactive and engaging content. Take

the example of Duolingo, a popular language learning app. By creating chatbots

and voice recognition analysis it has allowed users to practice their language

skills in realistic, interactive dialogues which has in turn developed the user base

to around 500 million.

AI can also act as a tutor and provide real time feedback & guidance to

students. These tutors are available 24/7, allowing students to learn at their own

pace and time. It can monitor and evaluate the assignments and tasks with

precision and grade it accordingly. It also records the student’s responses and

provide personalized instructions which can in turn help them overcome the gap

and challenges.

Intelligent systems can automate administrative tasks such as organizing data,

manage scheduling, optimizing resource allocation thus saving the educators the

time to focus on teaching the students.

AI-driven platforms offer opportunities to individuals who may not have access to

traditional educational institutions. These platforms can reach learners in remote

areas, people with disabilities and those with other barriers to education. This

inclusivity is fundamental in creating equality in education.

AI, for sure, is reshaping the world in profound ways and it holds tremendous

potential to enhance the learning experience by evolving education into a

dynamic, adaptive and lifelong journey but it can never be a replacement for

educators. As George Couros rightly said “Technology will not replace great

teachers but technology in the hands of great teachers can be transformational”.

Binding the educators and students with AI will pave a new path for learning

where each student can unlock their true potential.

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