Ai And Education
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Author : Wayne Holmes
language : en
Release Date : 2019-02-28
Artificial Intelligence In Education written by Wayne Holmes and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2019-02-28 with Computers categories.
"The landscape for education has been rapidly changing in the last years: demographic changes affecting the makeup of families, multiple school options available to children, wealth disparities, the global economy demanding new skills from workers, and continued breakthroughs in technology are some of the factors impacting education. Given these changes, how can schools continue to prepare students for the future? In a world where information is readily available online, how can schools continue to be relevant? The emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has exacerbated the need to have these conversations. Its impact on education and the multiple possibilities that it offers are putting pressure on educational leaders to reformulate the school curriculum and the channels to deliver it. The book "Artificial Intelligence in Education, Promises and Implications for Teaching and Learning" by the Center for Curriculum Redesign immerses the reader in a discussion on what to teach students in the era of AI and examines how AI is already demanding much needed updates to the school curriculum, including modernizing its content, focusing on core concepts, and embedding interdisciplinary themes and competencies with the end goal of making learning more enjoyable and useful in students' lives. The second part of the book dives into the history of AI in education, its techniques and applications -including the way AI can help teachers be more effective, and finishes on a reflection about the social aspects of AI. This book is a must-read for educators and policy-makers who want to prepare schools to face the uncertainties of the future and keep them relevant." --Amada Torres, VP, Studies, Insights, and Research, National Association of Independent School (NAIS) "The rapid advances in technology in recent decades have already brought about substantial changes in education, opening up new opportunities to teach and learn anywhere anytime and providing new tools and methods to improve learning outcomes and support innovative teaching and learning.Research into artificial intelligence and machine learning in education goes back to the late 1970s. Artificial intelligence methods were generally employed in two ways: to design and facilitate interactive learning environments that would support learning by doing, and to design and implement tutoring systems by adapting instructions with respect to the students' knowledge state.But this is just the beginning. As Artificial Intelligence in Education shows, AI is increasingly used in education and learning contexts. The collision of three areas - data, computation and education - is set to have far-reaching consequences, raising fundamental questions about the nature of education: what is taught and how it is taught. Artificial Intelligence in Education is an important, if at times disturbing, contribution to the debate on AI and provides a detailed analysis on how it may affect the way teachers and students engage in education. The book describes how artificial intelligence may impact on curriculum design, on the individualisation of learning, and on assessment, offering some tantalising glimpses into the future (the end of exams, your very own lifelong learning companion) while not falling victim to tech-hype. The enormous ethical, technical and pedagogical challenges ahead are spelt out, and there is a real risk that the rapid advances in artificial intelligence products and services will outstrip education systems' capacity to understand, manage and integrate them appropriately. As the book concludes: "We can either leave it to others (the computer scientists, AI engineers and big tech companies) to decide how artificial intelligence in education unfolds, or we can engage in productive dialogue."I commend this book to anyone concerned with the future of education in a digital world." --Marc Durando, Executive Director, European Schoolnet
Author : Shengquan Yu
language : en
Publisher: Springer Nature
Release Date : 2021-11-29
An Introduction To Artificial Intelligence In Education written by Shengquan Yu and has been published by Springer Nature this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2021-11-29 with Education categories.
This book systematically reviews a broad range of cases in education that utilize cutting-edge AI technologies. Furthermore, it introduces readers to the latest findings on the scope of AI in education, so as to inspire researchers from non-technological fields (e.g. education, psychology and neuroscience) to solve education problems using the latest AI techniques. It also showcases a number of established AI systems and products that have been employed for education. Lastly, the book discusses how AI can offer an enabling technology for critical aspects of education, typically including the learner, content, strategy, tools and environment, and what breakthroughs and advances the future holds. The book provides an essential resource for researchers, students and industrial practitioners interested and engaged in the fields of AI and education. It also offers a convenient handbook for non-professional readers who need a primer on AI in education, and who want to gain a deeper understanding of emerging trends in this domain.
Author : Miao, Fengchun
language : en
Publisher: UNESCO Publishing
Release Date : 2021-04-08
Ai And Education written by Miao, Fengchun and has been published by UNESCO Publishing this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2021-04-08 with Political Science categories.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to address some of the biggest challenges in education today, innovate teaching and learning practices, and ultimately accelerate the progress towards SDG 4. However, these rapid technological developments inevitably bring multiple risks and challenges, which have so far outpaced policy debates and regulatory frameworks. This publication offers guidance for policy-makers on how best to leverage the opportunities and address the risks, presented by the growing connection between AI and education. It starts with the essentials of AI: definitions, techniques and technologies. It continues with a detailed analysis of the emerging trends and implications of AI for teaching and learning, including how we can ensure the ethical, inclusive and equitable use of AI in education, how education can prepare humans to live and work with AI, and how AI can be applied to enhance education. It finally introduces the challenges of harnessing AI to achieve SDG 4 and offers concrete actionable recommendations for policy-makers to plan policies and programmes for local contexts. [Publisher summary, ed]
Author : Michelle Zimmerman
language : en
Publisher: International Society for Technology in Education
Release Date : 2018-12-15
Teaching Ai written by Michelle Zimmerman and has been published by International Society for Technology in Education this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2018-12-15 with Education categories.
Get the tools, resources and insights you need to explore artificial intelligence in the classroom and explore what students need to know about living in a world with AI. For many, artificial intelligence, or AI, may seem like science fiction, or inherently overwhelming. The reality is that AI is already being applied in industry and, for many of us, in our daily lives as well. A better understanding of AI can help you make informed decisions in the classroom that will impact the future of your students. Drawing from a broad variety of expert voices from countries including Australia, Japan, and South Africa, as well as educators from around the world and underrepresented student voices, this book explores some of the ways AI can improve education. These include educating learners about AI, teaching them about living in a world where they will be surrounded by AI and helping educators understand how they can use AI to augment human ability. Each chapter offers activities and questions to help you deepen your understanding, try out new concepts and reflect on the information presented. Links to media artifacts from trusted sources will help make your learning experience more dynamic while also providing additional resources to use in your classroom. This book: • Offers a unique approach to the topic, with chapter opening scenes, case studies, and featured student voices. • Discusses a variety of ways to teach students about AI, through design thinking, project-based learning and STEM connections. • Includes lesson ideas, activities and tools for exploring AI with your students. • Includes references to films and other media you can use in class to start discussions on AI or inspire design thinking and STEM projects. In Teaching AI, you’ll learn what AI is, how it works and how to use it to better prepare students in a world with increased human-computer interaction.
Oecd Digital Education Outlook 2021 Pushing The Frontiers With Artificial Intelligence Blockchain And Robots
Author : OECD
language : en
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Release Date : 2021-06-08
Oecd Digital Education Outlook 2021 Pushing The Frontiers With Artificial Intelligence Blockchain And Robots written by OECD and has been published by OECD Publishing this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2021-06-08 with categories.
How might digital technology and notably smart technologies based on artificial intelligence (AI), learning analytics, robotics, and others transform education? This book explores such question. It focuses on how smart technologies currently change education in the classroom and the management of educational organisations and systems.
Author : Rose Luckin
language : en
Publisher: CRC Press
Release Date : 2022-04-07
Ai For School Teachers written by Rose Luckin and has been published by CRC Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2022-04-07 with Computers categories.
What is artificial intelligence? Can I realistically use it in my school? What’s best done by human intelligence vs. artificial intelligence, and how do I bring these strengths together? What would it look like for me, and my school, to be AI Ready? AI for School Teachers will help teachers and headteachers understand enough about AI to build a strategy for how it can be used in their school. Examining the needs of schools to ensure they are ready to leverage the power of AI and drawing examples from early years to high school students, this book outlines the educational implications and benefits that AI brings to school education in practical ways. It develops an understanding of what AI is and isn't and how we define and measure what we value and provides a framework which supports a step-by-step approach to developing an AI mindset, focusing on ways to improve educational opportunities for students with evidence-informed interventions.
Author : Joseph E. Aoun
language : en
Publisher: MIT Press
Release Date : 2018-08-14
Robot Proof written by Joseph E. Aoun and has been published by MIT Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2018-08-14 with Education categories.
How to educate the next generation of college students to invent, to create, and to discover—filling needs that even the most sophisticated robot cannot. Driverless cars are hitting the road, powered by artificial intelligence. Robots can climb stairs, open doors, win Jeopardy, analyze stocks, work in factories, find parking spaces, advise oncologists. In the past, automation was considered a threat to low-skilled labor. Now, many high-skilled functions, including interpreting medical images, doing legal research, and analyzing data, are within the skill sets of machines. How can higher education prepare students for their professional lives when professions themselves are disappearing? In Robot-Proof, Northeastern University president Joseph Aoun proposes a way to educate the next generation of college students to invent, to create, and to discover—to fill needs in society that even the most sophisticated artificial intelligence agent cannot. A “robot-proof” education, Aoun argues, is not concerned solely with topping up students' minds with high-octane facts. Rather, it calibrates them with a creative mindset and the mental elasticity to invent, discover, or create something valuable to society—a scientific proof, a hip-hop recording, a web comic, a cure for cancer. Aoun lays out the framework for a new discipline, humanics, which builds on our innate strengths and prepares students to compete in a labor market in which smart machines work alongside human professionals. The new literacies of Aoun's humanics are data literacy, technological literacy, and human literacy. Students will need data literacy to manage the flow of big data, and technological literacy to know how their machines work, but human literacy—the humanities, communication, and design—to function as a human being. Life-long learning opportunities will support their ability to adapt to change. The only certainty about the future is change. Higher education based on the new literacies of humanics can equip students for living and working through change.
Author : Jeremy Knox
language : en
Release Date : 2019-06-13
Artificial Intelligence And Inclusive Education written by Jeremy Knox and has been published by Springer this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2019-06-13 with Education categories.
This book brings together the fields of artificial intelligence (often known as A.I.) and inclusive education in order to speculate on the future of teaching and learning in increasingly diverse social, cultural, emotional, and linguistic educational contexts. This book addresses a pressing need to understand how future educational practices can promote equity and equality, while at the same time adopting A.I. systems that are oriented towards automation, standardisation and efficiency. The contributions in this edited volume appeal to scholars and students with an interest in forming a critical understanding of the development of A.I. for education, as well as an interest in how the processes of inclusive education might be shaped by future technologies. Grounded in theoretical engagement, establishing key challenges for future practice, and outlining the latest research, this book offers a comprehensive overview of the complex issues arising from the convergence of A.I. technologies and the necessity of developing inclusive teaching and learning. To date, there has been little in the way of direct association between research and practice in these domains: A.I. has been a predominantly technical field of research and development, and while intelligent computer systems and ‘smart’ software are being increasingly applied in many areas of industry, economics, social life, and education itself, a specific engagement with the agenda of inclusion appears lacking. Although such technology offers exciting possibilities for education, including software that is designed to ‘personalise’ learning or adapt to learner behaviours, these developments are accompanied by growing concerns about the in-built biases involved in machine learning techniques driven by ‘big data’.
Author : Tommy van der Vorst
language : en
Release Date : 2019
Artificial Intelligence In Education written by Tommy van der Vorst and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2019 with categories.
In this study we explore the potential impact of educational AI applications in personalized learning. According to Bloom (1984) students that are tutored one-to-one perform two standard deviations better than students who learn via traditional educational methods. Due to the limited amount of teachers and costs associated, personalized one-to-one learning is not generally feasible from a societal point of view. Breakthroughs in the field of machine learning offer promising avenues to aid in personalized learning. AI may hence be the 'holy grail' in unlocking the potential of one-to-one learning, by enabling applications to offer personalized teaching to each individual student. We assess the potential impact of AI in personalized learning from a socio-technical perspective. Therefore, we investigate the technological possibilities, as well as any aspects that may impact adoption, e.g. legal, societal and ethical. To conclude we formulate policy options that can stimulate the adoption of AI-driven personalized learning applications.
Author : Habib, Maki K.
language : en
Publisher: IGI Global
Release Date : 2019-09-15
Revolutionizing Education In The Age Of Ai And Machine Learning written by Habib, Maki K. and has been published by IGI Global this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2019-09-15 with Education categories.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) serves as a catalyst for transformation in the field of digital teaching and learning by introducing novel solutions to revolutionize all dimensions of the educational process, leading to individualized learning experiences, teachers playing a greater role as mentors, and the automation of all administrative processes linked to education. AI and machine learning are already contributing to and are expected to improve the quality of the educational process by providing advantages such as personalized and interactive tutoring with the ability to adjust the content and the learning pace of each individual student while assessing their performance and providing feedback. These shifts in the educational paradigm have a profound impact on the quality and the way we live, interact with each other, and define our values. Thus, there is a need for an earnest inquiry into the cultural repercussions of this phenomenon that extends beyond superficial analyses of AI-based applications in education. Revolutionizing Education in the Age of AI and Machine Learning addresses the need for a scholarly exploration of the cultural and social impacts of the rapid expansion of artificial intelligence in the field of education including potential consequences these impacts could have on culture, social relations, and values. The content within this publication covers such topics as AI and tutoring, role of teachers, physical education and sports, interactive E-learning and virtual laboratories, adaptive curricula development, support critical thinking, and augmented intelligence and it is designed for educators, curriculum developers, instructional designers, educational software developers, education consultants, academicians, administrators, researchers, and professionals.