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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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Uses of AI

 

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Ben Hendry's curator insight, March 15, 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, 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.

Morgan Travis's curator insight, March 28, 1:36 AM

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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Nanotechnology today is mostly materials

Nanotechnology today is mostly materials | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it
When you hear the word nanotechnology, do you think of hoards of invisible microscopic robots collectively acting out some Hollywood scheme?
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This Article is about we rely on such technology without even knowing.

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Turning plastic bags into high-tech materials - NewsFix.ca

Turning plastic bags into high-tech materials - NewsFix.ca | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it
University of Adelaide researchers have developed a process for turning waste plastic bags into a high-tech nanomaterial.
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What is Nanotechnology. This Video Will Blow Your Mind - YouTube

o What is nanotechnology in medicine. o What is nanotechnology pdf. o Applications of nanotechnology. o What is nanotechnology used for. o Advantages of nano...
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Toxicology Conference explores nanotechnology safety for packaging

Toxicology Conference explores nanotechnology safety for packaging | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it
Toxicology Conference to explore uses of nanotechnology in food packaging and the current efforts to assure its safe development.
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Cisco: Cloud traffic to rise to 5.3 zettabytes by 2017 | FierceTelecom.com

Cisco: Cloud traffic to rise to 5.3 zettabytes by 2017 | FierceTelecom.com | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it

Cloud traffic is becoming the dominant growth engine in data center traffic, according to Cisco's third annual Global Cloud Index.


Between 2012 and 2017, cloud traffic will grow at a 35 percent combined annual growth rate (CAGR) from 1.2 zettabytes of annual data center traffic to 5.3 zettabytes.


Likewise, global data center traffic will grow threefold and reach a total of 7.7 zettabytes annually during the same period.


Out of this figure, about 17 percent of data center traffic will be driven by end users accessing clouds for various web-based applications, including web surfing, video streaming, collaboration and connected devices.


Besides end-user traffic, data centers themselves will generate about 7 percent of their own traffic via data replication and software/system updates. Cisco said another 76 percent of data center traffic will reside in the data center and will be generated by storage, production and development data in a virtualized environment.


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IP Traffic in 2017: 1.4 Zettabytes

IP Traffic in 2017: 1.4 Zettabytes | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it
Based on observations made at ISPs around the world, Cisco forecasts that by 2017, annual global Internet traffic will rise to 1.4 zettabytes (that’s 1021 bytes), compared to “just” 528 exabytes (1018 bytes) in 2012.

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3D Systems partners with Singularity University to develop creative uses of 3D printing | KurzweilAI

3D Systems partners with Singularity University to develop creative uses of 3D printing | KurzweilAI | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it
ZPrinter 650 professional color 3D printer (credit: 3D Systems) 3D printer leader 3D Systems announced today that it plans to provide Singularity

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3D-printing multi-material objects in minutes instead of hours | KurzweilAI

3D-printing multi-material objects in minutes instead of hours | KurzweilAI | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it
A computer model of a pair of tweezers shows the distribution of materials and degrees of hardness in the object to be 3-D printed in Dr. Yong Chen's lab at

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Three Fundamental Ways that Virtual Reality is Changing the Future of Game Design - Situated Research

Three Fundamental Ways that Virtual Reality is Changing the Future of Game Design - Situated Research | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it

Most games are designed with a computer screen or television in mind – but what happens when the screen is attached to your face? What happens when your body is being tracked? There’s a lot of thin...


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Nueva orientación de los videojuegos en un entorno más virtualizado.

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The final frontier?

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Artificial intelligence might eventually doom us all.
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The International Dictionary Of Artificial Intelligence

The International Dictionary Of Artificial Intelligence (The International Dictionary Of Artificial Intelligence http://t.co/m2PjX455)

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10 Roles For Artificial Intelligence In Education

10 Roles For Artificial Intelligence In Education | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it
10 Roles For Artificial Intelligence In Education

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Uses of AI

 

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Ben Hendry's curator insight, March 15, 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, 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.

Morgan Travis's curator insight, March 28, 1:36 AM

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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The new jobs in IT linked to Cloud Computing...

The new jobs in IT linked to Cloud Computing... | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it

Enterprise technology is getting more social, more business-focused, and more obsessed with the cloud.


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Breaking down to the uses of cloud storage.

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“Tumor-on-a-Chip” Assists Nanotechnology Research

“Tumor-on-a-Chip” Assists Nanotechnology Research | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it
 A two-year collaboration between the Chan and the Rocheleau labs at the Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering has led to the development of a new microfluidics screening platform that can accurately...
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Nanotechnology Could Help Detect Cancer Cells

Nanotechnology Could Help Detect Cancer Cells | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it
"Nano-flares" may make it easier for doctors to diagnose breast cancer before it spreads to neighboring tissue.
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Using Nanotechnology in Medical procedures.

 

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Researchers at Northwestern University express that physicians are able to spot cancerous red flags on an early cellular level using the new Nanotechnology 'Nano-Flares'.

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Nanotechnology so good you can eat it

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Electroednics that dissolve in the environment or are even edible are the answer to the ever-growing problem of e-waste 
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2015 : L’ère du Zettabyte | Le Journal du Geek

2015 : L’ère du Zettabyte | Le Journal du Geek | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it

Voici une infographie réalisée par la société Cisco qui annonce que 2015 sera l'année du Zettabyte soit deux niveaux au dessus du Terabyte.


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An excellent graphical statical analyses for how much usage the world with use in 2015. 

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2016: The Year of the Zettabyte [infographic]

2016: The Year of the Zettabyte [infographic] | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it

Even I hadn’t even heard of a zettabyte before. A term for data storage equal to 1.1 trillion gigabytes? That sounds crazy and absurd. Yet we are closing in of the transfer of a zettabyte of data annually. The future of the internet isn’t slower speeds and less data transfer, it will be more video streaming, phone lines or video calling and mobile streaming.


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DreamVendor 3D printer vending machine turns students' ideas into reality

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Virginia Tech students can turn their ides into a physical reality thanks to the DreamVendor 3D printing machine.

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How 3D Printing Could Revolutionize Drugs | The Fix

How 3D Printing Could Revolutionize Drugs | The Fix | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it
Downloadable, DIY drugs could soon make the idea of "controlled substances" a thing of the past.

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The Science of Mental Fitness • Damn Interesting

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It?s a testament to the strength and versatility of the human brain that anyone with at least half of one tends to assume that their senses give them direc...

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IllumiRoom Projects Images Beyond Your TV for an Immersive Gaming Experience

IllumiRoom is a proof-of-concept Microsoft Research project designed to push the boundary of living room immersive entertainment by blending our virtual and ...

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You Should Be Afraid of Artificial Intelligence - Mashable

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You Should Be Afraid of Artificial Intelligence
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Writing about Artificial Intelligence is a challenge.

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How Much Progress Has Artificial Intelligence Made Since 1979?

How Much Progress Has Artificial Intelligence Made Since 1979? | The Future of Information Technology | Scoop.it

Revisiting Douglas Hofstadter's ten questions about artificial intelligence.


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Yihan She's curator insight, March 27, 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. 

Morgan Travis's curator insight, March 28, 1:02 AM

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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the Ethical Use of Cloud Computing and a Google Tip Sheet by Slaw

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 Stuff You Can Use – the Ethical Use of Cloud Computing and a Google Tip Sheet:


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Some Examples of using the Cloud

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