READDRESSING THE PROSPECTS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN TEACHING-LEARNING EXPERIENCE: A STUDY
Keywords:Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), deep learning (DL), personalized learning (PL), Teaching and Learning, Technology, Case Study
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the leading trends in modern day education system. The prospect of AI in modern day education system is very much important and significant. This paper deals with the different prospects of artificial intelligence (AI) in terms of education process. In this present scenario, AI is being used for the development and progress of teaching learning process which also makes the education easy accessible and effective. Learners are becoming more interested in the use of AI oriented education process. The researcher has also tried to study the future prospects of AI in education system. How the global education system is gradually becoming dependable on the use of AI is also the area of study. Till now AI aren’t capable of replacing teachers but in the upcoming future education sector will be of no use without AI. The present study addresses some genuine and potential aspects of AI in the field teaching learning. The present study is designed in the form of scheduled interview where samples were randomly selected from various schools of West Bengal. The reports of the interviews are studied and understood in the form of case study.
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