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Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education

V. Marik

Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education

Cepes-UNESCO International Symposium, Prague Csfr, October 23-25, 1989 Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

by V. Marik

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsZ. Zdrahal (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages247
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7446541M
ISBN 100387529527
ISBN 109780387529523

  Book Review of Robot-Proof: Higher Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, by Chris Mayer of The Center for Higher Education. A New technology in Education that bring the new experience in the developing world.

When Artificial Intelligence will be harnessed for students’ outcomes, it will provide higher education institutions the capability to enhance academic performance, optimize the recruitment process, and foresee the enrollment trends. Students pursuing Computer Science face difficulty to complete their artificial intelligence assignments. Artificial Intelligence in education works in a similar way. AI will allow for tailored education. Because of AI, machines can also learn some of what we like and dislike. It collects data from our in-app or online movement and can figure out what method of learning is best for us. It knows how quickly or slowly we digest information.

Artificial intelligence can be defined as the ability of computer systems to perform tasks and activities that usually can only be accomplished using human intelligence. In the world of education, this technology is revolutionalizing schools . In the chapters in Part I of this textbook the author introduces the fundamental ideas of artificial intelligence and computational intelligence. In Part II he explains key AI methods such as search, evolutionary computing, logic-based reasoning, knowledge representation, rule-based systems, pattern recognition, neural networks, and cognitive architectures. Finally, in Part III, he .


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