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10 Roles For Artificial Intelligence In Education

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10 Roles For Artificial Intelligence In Education

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Teachthought.com report all the important uses that AI may serve in the education industry. All of the 10 points in these are positive.

 

Leaving out the fact that the advancements in AI may have the possibility of taking educators jobs (along with many other jobs). Although this is an advanced idea, it is still a possibility within the future. But do all these positivies outweigh the negative? 

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Ben Hendry's curator insight, March 15, 2014 4:06 AM

The TeachThought staff illustrate how Artificial Intelligence is poised to make an impact on our education system.

 

"Systems respond to the needs of the student" and allow students to work at their own pace and in a method that is best suited for them. Adaptive learning software allows for a computer to tailor itself to a user in ways which aren't achievable through conventional methodology.


Automation technology will optimise the entire grading process by evolving to mark essays as multiple choice is today; which will "[allow] teachers to focus more on in-class activities and student interaction than grading."


The evolution of intelligent personal assistants also has a promising future. By implementing AI tutors, students can have access to supervision at all times, teachers can be informed when a student is having trouble through real-time data monitoring, and assist the teacher by acting as an expert system through providing accurate, professional information.


Yihan She's curator insight, March 27, 2014 11:52 PM

Before the movie comes to true, artificial intelligence is still the technology which could release people from some complex  and repetitive works.

Daryl Nazareth's curator insight, March 28, 2014 6:34 AM

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Robots: The Possibilities of Artificial Intelligence - Guardian Liberty Voice

Robots: The Possibilities of Artificial Intelligence - Guardian Liberty Voice | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Guardian Liberty Voice Robots: The Possibilities of Artificial Intelligence Guardian Liberty Voice robots artificial intelligence If you'd have told me back in 1994 that in 20 years' time I would be talking to the robots in my iPhone, I'd have...
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Gardianlv.com asks a question on on 'once robots can kill, who is to blame?' with a scenario of the question being asked to a family. With different opinions from Humans to blaming technology, all eventually to a large conversation of back and forward between the family.

The article goes on to conclude that it is used to improve the lives the lives of people who use it and assures us with the analogy similarizing the chance of it happening to Elvis playing at his own remembrance concert and goes on to explain of with this intelligence would be the intelligence to create an easy termination or 'off switch'

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10 Roles For Artificial Intelligence In Education

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10 Roles For Artificial Intelligence In Education

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
Morgan Travis's insight:

Teachthought.com report all the important uses that AI may serve in the education industry. All of the 10 points in these are positive.

 

Leaving out the fact that the advancements in AI may have the possibility of taking educators jobs (along with many other jobs). Although this is an advanced idea, it is still a possibility within the future. But do all these positivies outweigh the negative? 

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Ben Hendry's curator insight, March 15, 2014 4:06 AM

The TeachThought staff illustrate how Artificial Intelligence is poised to make an impact on our education system.

 

"Systems respond to the needs of the student" and allow students to work at their own pace and in a method that is best suited for them. Adaptive learning software allows for a computer to tailor itself to a user in ways which aren't achievable through conventional methodology.


Automation technology will optimise the entire grading process by evolving to mark essays as multiple choice is today; which will "[allow] teachers to focus more on in-class activities and student interaction than grading."


The evolution of intelligent personal assistants also has a promising future. By implementing AI tutors, students can have access to supervision at all times, teachers can be informed when a student is having trouble through real-time data monitoring, and assist the teacher by acting as an expert system through providing accurate, professional information.


Yihan She's curator insight, March 27, 2014 11:52 PM

Before the movie comes to true, artificial intelligence is still the technology which could release people from some complex  and repetitive works.

Daryl Nazareth's curator insight, March 28, 2014 6:34 AM

Uses of AI

 

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How Much Progress Has Artificial Intelligence Made Since 1979?

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Revisiting Douglas Hofstadter's ten questions about artificial intelligence.


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This article begins with a prediction of how siri is most likely going to be a milestone in the timeline of AI. 

The rest of the article goes on to reference from a book entitled 'Godel, Escher, Bach' published 1979, goes on to the end of the book where 10 questions are asked in relation to Artificial intellgence , shows the books answers and reviews them in a modern perspective. 

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Yihan She's curator insight, March 27, 2014 11:59 PM

Besides putting artificial intelligence into a Robert body, AI can also help people on our daily life. Like Apple's Siri and other voice control system, free our hands when driving or cooking. AI can even write a programme by itself, it does save time for programmers as well make some boring work easy. 

Daryl Nazareth's curator insight, March 28, 2014 6:35 AM

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AI will play a vital role in our future, just don't expect robot butlers - Inquirer

AI will play a vital role in our future, just don't expect robot butlers - Inquirer | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Inquirer AI will play a vital role in our future, just don't expect robot butlers Inquirer Come to think of it, the technology industry has been teeming with robot-related announcements over the past year or so, all of which have promoted the...
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Mainly this article keeps us up to date in the latest news of artificial intelligence, the latest technology and it's recent events arising in the subject.

Also worth referring to is that the article states that artificial intelligence database is ever expanding every day with google and all of it's users enabling this to occur. 

In our foreseeable future robotic driven cars will be a frequent use within the world to take the joyous act of humans driving cars.

 

The article leaves us with a statement mentioning that artificial intelligence throughout our homes isn't quite here yet, but questioning if it would be for the better.

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AI Could Kill Us All: Meet the Man Taking the Threat Seriously

AI Could Kill Us All: Meet the Man Taking the Threat Seriously | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
“One of the things that makes AI risk scary is that it's one of the few that is genuinely an extinction risk if it were to go bad. With a lot of other risks, it's actually surprisingly hard to get to an extinction risk,” Armstrong explains.
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This article begins to create a scenario from a classic movie, The terminator, where in the near future machines become self aware enabling them to overturn word power. 
This article explains to us that this might not be fiction in our foreseeable future.

further on it goes on to explaining why the biggest threat to us humans is that advancements in robot intelligence is that we may be taken of our everyday jobs.

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DeepFace: Facebook Uses Artificial Intelligence To Boost Performance Of Facial ... - AllFacebook

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This article reports on to explain  the newly acquainted software being developed by Facebook, Deep Mind.

It explains to us the difference between accuracy of it between human recognition and the Deep Minds' accuracy.

It also goes onto explaining that it is not facial recognition, rather it a verification process, analysing pictures and their similarities.

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The rise of artificial intelligence means we “need to focus on the things that ... - GigaOM

The rise of artificial intelligence means we “need to focus on the things that ... - GigaOM | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
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This article specifies on the importance us humans have over machines, stating that "you can still have a person read a document better than a machine can today".

Although computers are learning language recognition at an accelerating rate there are still tasks required to be taken out by humans. 

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Artificial intelligence could automate half of US jobs in 20 years - Chicago Tribune

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Artificial intelligence could automate half of US jobs in 20 years Chicago Tribune Artificial intelligence has arrived in the American workplace, spawning tools that replicate human judgments that were too complicated and subtle to distill into...
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a second scoop specifying on the jobs potentially lost upon the event of artificial intelligence advancing. Giving a simple program used to analyse many documents in order to make decisions regarding a lawsuit. Continuing to mention that many jobs taken out by humans as of the present could be replaced with their automated counterparts.

 

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When Is Artificial Intelligence No Longer Artificial?

Spike Jonze's upcoming movie "Her" deals with a man (Joaquin Phoenix) who falls in love with his intelligent, self-aware computer operating system (Scarlett ...
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Video; Speaking about artificial intelligence and information about the possible future of AI and the possibility of computers being self aware in the near future. 

Also goes to explaining that at this current point of time the difference of self awareness and complex series of rules they are programmed to follow.

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What Google's DeepMind acquisition means for artificial intelligence ...

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With the acquisition of DeepMind, Google will acquire a whole new set of technologies related to artificial intelligence. But what will it use them for, and should we be concerned?
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This article gives a brief overview of the idea of artificial intelligence, and it's development, and also how Google Deep Mind fits in. It also goes on to explain the history of Google has with developing with artificial intelligence, along with using a recognition software for even better searches and suggestions.

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