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Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming E-Learning in Five Ways

“ You may not realize it, but artificial intelligence is all around us ’’

As the virus spread and society fell apart, e-learning enabled educational institutions to continue to educate their students. And, in the previous eighteen months, a growing number of solutions have aided in the improvement of the quality and efficiency of online learning.

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become increasingly important in the e-learning business. According to a report from Global Market Insights, AI in education would be worth more than USD 6 billion by 2024.

This post will provide five examples of how AI is now transforming e-learning:

  1. Creating unique learning opportunities:

In most educational settings, students are exposed to the same curriculum.

That’s not surprising, given how difficult it would be for a teacher to meet every student’s needs by giving individualized resources.

However, a more successful framework would acknowledge individual abilities. And here is where artificial intelligence comes in. Teachers may utilize AI to track each student’s progress and then change the curriculum based on the data, resulting in a personalized learning experience.

AI has the potential to revolutionize the teaching experience from one in which students just memorize facts in order to pass an exam to one in which professors adapt their teaching method to meet the learner’s current level, comfort, and emotional condition.

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Even better, Artificial Intelligence can adapt in real-time, accommodating a student’s changing state and vastly improving results. With such personalization, each learner could receive a one-of-a-kind education tailored to their specific needs and abilities. And this would increase a student’s motivation and decrease the likelihood of them dropping out.

It would provide educators with a better understanding of each student’s learning process, allowing them to teach more effectively.

“ AI Software will be in direct competition with a lot of people for jobs ’’ — Andrew Ng

2. Providing chatbots for e-learning support 24 hours a day, seven days a week:

E-learning combines online courses with instructor-led instruction. However, it is impossible to predict when a student will require assistance.

This could imply that a teacher must be available at all times (which is unlikely). However, if teachers use an AI assistant within an e-learning course, they can provide real-time responses 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

AI assistants can analyze messages, content, or speech and respond to queries in the same way that humans do, thanks to Artificial Intelligence and natural language processing. As a result, they can provide guidance, answer questions, and solve problems as they arise, in addition to providing four other benefits:

Objectivity: Unlike humans, chatbots will never favor one student over another. That is, they provide a more objective method of evaluating performance.

Self-study: Over the last few years, self-education has become popular. People are taking charge of their education, and chatbots are assisting them in systemizing their learning.

Motivation: Through push notifications, chatbots can encourage students to perform better by providing useful tips and insights and reminding them not to lag off.

“ Artificial Intelligence is a tool, not a threat ’’ — Rodney brooks

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Access: Chatbots are everywhere, available in browsers, mobile apps, and through social media.

3. Tracking motivation and detecting engagement in e-learning:

Teachers in a physical classroom can quickly detect when students are bored, distracted, or stressed by observing their facial expressions or body language.

However, when reading, writing, or taking exams online, students can only demonstrate engagement by expressing frustration, boredom, delight, confusion, or neutrality. That is why, in order to understand student engagement, online educators require a method to detect emotions.

This is made possible by artificial intelligence, primarily through computer vision and sensor data analysis. The methods rely on extracting features from a variety of traits captured by imagery, physiological, or neurological sensors — or by tracing activities in the learner’s environment.

4. Using intelligent assistants to improve written assignments:

Written assignments are an essential component of the learning process. In the age of e-learning, Artificial Intelligence can also assist students in improving the quality of their papers.

Intelligent assistants can generate new ideas, locate relevant data, and even craft better phrases. In reality, a wide range of software and web-based programs can enhance all types of content, including articles, academic essays, and blog posts.

Here are a few of the most well-known AI-powered writing tools:

a. Grammarly

b. ProWritingAid

5. Using machine translation to overcome language barriers:

The most well-known Artificial Intelligence service is machine translation, which uses powerful engines from Google, Microsoft, and Amazon to translate foreign texts into any local language (and vice versa).

Natural Language Processing (NLP) combined with Voice Recognition is another popular tool that converts human speech into binary code. The procedure allows computers to understand spoken language, allowing students to communicate with the AI. AI can also account for accents, ignore background noise, detect variations in human sounds, and do a variety of other things.

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“ The potential benefits of artificial intelligence are huge ’’ — Dave waters

Here are a few companies that are assisting students in overcoming language barriers:

a. JR Language

b. DeepL

c. Taia

Some tools conduct extensive research and then summarise the findings in an article. Others search the internet for data, write academic papers, and include the proper references in the proper format, allowing students to complete assignments in a matter of clicks.

When you consider that most software is intelligent enough to avoid plagiarism, the incentive to use it grows even stronger. As a result, educators must encourage students to think of AI writing tools like calculators. Custom AI software can transform e-learning.

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