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A groundbreaking extension of human intelligence.
Incorporate AI into your pedagogy, or risk becoming obsolete.
AI is like teaching computers to be really smart, so they can do things on their own. They learn from lots of information and use it to solve problems or make choices, like suggesting what video to watch next.
Artificial Intelligence Explained
in three levels.
Artificial Intelligence involves creating computer systems that can learn and make decisions by processing large amounts of data. It uses techniques like machine learning and algorithms to understand patterns, which enables it to perform tasks that normally need human thinking.
Artificial Intelligence refers to the development of computational systems that mimic human intelligence by analyzing extensive data, recognizing patterns, and making autonomous decisions. It encompasses various approaches, including machine learning and deep learning, to enable computers to execute tasks ranging from voice recognition to complex problem-solving.
When a user watches content on Netflix, the AI algorithms learn from that interaction and gather data about the user's interests and preferences. Over time, the AI becomes more adept at understanding what types of genres, actors, directors, and plot elements the user prefers. It then uses this accumulated knowledge to make personalized recommendations.
Artificial Intelligence Examples
in the real world.
Virtual personal assistants like Apple's Siri and Amazon's Alexa use artificial intelligence to understand and respond to human voice commands. These AI-powered assistants process large amounts of spoken language data to interpret users' questions, commands, and requests accurately.
Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube use AI algorithms to analyze and moderate user-generated content, identifying and removing inappropriate or harmful posts, comments, images, and videos.
For instance, if a user uploads a photo that violates the platform's content guidelines, AI-powered systems can scan the image and recognize patterns associated with explicit or harmful content. The AI has been trained on a diverse dataset of such content, allowing it to detect even subtle variations.
"AI is helping to automate some of the more routine grading tasks, such as multiple-choice questions, freeing up time for teachers to focus on more impactful work like personalized teaching and mentorship." - Andrew Ng, Co-Founder of Coursera
As we stand at the forefront of a technological revolution, artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly changing the way we teach and learn.
With the integration of AI in education, we have the opportunity to personalize instruction, enhance student learning, and provide greater access to quality education.
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