Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning can Influence Future Education System

AI is making X Gen envious – they feel that they could nurture their natural intelligence more ‘Smartly’, had they belong to Y or Z Gen.
By leveraging the best attributes of machines and teachers, the vision for AI in education is one where they work together for the best outcome for students. It’s important that our educational institutions expose students to the use of technology, to bring a paradigm shift in the quality of learning.
More the simulation of human intelligence by computer less will be the error.
AI can help fill gaps in learning and teaching and allow schools and teachers to do more than ever before. AI can drive efficiency, personalization and streamline admin tasks to allow teachers to devote more time to provide understanding and adaptability—uniquely human capabilities where machines would struggle.
Artificial intelligence will not replace teachers altogether, it will reshape the way in which the teachers teach and students learn.
The technology’s impact will exist anywhere from Kindergarten through higher education, offering the opportunity to create adaptive learning features with personalized tools to improve the students’ experience. The technology may be able to better inform students what their job prospects may look like, based on their particular narrative as well, helping them beyond their academic life. Work Fusion is helping organizations with smart automation platforms that can improve the grading and filing process in the classroom.
With the expected growth of AI in education, here is a glimpse into some of the roles it might play in the classroom.

  • Automate Grading
    AS AI develops and becomes more intelligent, it is expected that the technology will one day be able to grade more efficiently and specifically than standardized assessments.
  • Support Teachers
    Some of the routine tasks, if managed by AI, communication with students through chatbots will accelerate the delivery and learning process.
  • Support Students
    Y and Z gen students will grow up with an AI companion which will explore their personal history and school history, hence will analyse individual student’s strengths and weaknesses. AI can do more than condense a lecture into flashcards and smart study guides as it can also tutor a student based on the difficulties they’re having with class material
  • Meet a Variety of Student Needs
    AI will also be able to help students with special needs VZ (Virtual Zone), ASD by adapting materials to lead them to success.
  • Allow Teachers to Act as Learning Motivators
    As AI takes on more of a teaching role by providing students with basic information, it will change the role of teachers in the classroom. Teachers will move into the role of classroom facilitator or learning motivator.
  • Provide Personalized Help
    AI will also provide personalized tutoring for students outside of the classroom to reinforce skills or master ideas before an assessment, required to achieve success.
  • Differentiated and individualized learning
    In developing and populated countries, in a class, teacher: student > 40, it becomes impossible to address the learning need of individual student. To prioritise this threat, several companies such as Content Technologies and Carnegie Learning currently developing intelligent instruction design and digital platforms that use AI to provide learning, testing and feedback to students from pre-K to college level that gives them the challenges they are ready for, identifies gaps in knowledge and redirects to new topics when appropriate.
But days are coming when AI and chalkboards will go hand -in-hand. We’ll prove it with five examples of classroom-based Artificial Intelligence.
The idea of customizing curriculum for every student’s needs is not viable today, but it will be n easy task for AI-powered machines
1. Thinkster Math: Deemed, “the math app that offers an unusual human touch “blending real math curriculum with a personalized teaching style. The app assigns each student a ‘behind-the-scenes tutor ‘who watches their mental process unfold step-by-step on an iPad screen following steps like presenting problems according to their skill set, analysing written works, improving logical process, giving personalised feedback & finally solves the problem.
2. Brainly: Brainly is the social media site for classroom questions. Using Machine Learning algorithms to filter out spam, allows users to ask homework questions and receive automatic, verified answers from fellow students. Brainly has experts on a variety of school subjects and works to create a classroom-like community for that personalized chalkboard touch. Students now aspire to become Brainly community moderator
3. Content Technologies, Inc.: (CTI) ) uses Deep Learning to create customized textbooks that fit the needs of specific courses and students.


4. Mika: ) specializes in higher ed tutoring to fill gaps in collegiate classrooms notorious for lecturer-sized classrooms. The app is guided by each student’s unique learning process, keeping users aware of their daily progress and adapting lessons to each student’s specific struggle./span>

5. Netex Learning lets teachers to design curriculum across a variety of digital platforms and devices even for the most technologically illiterate educators by incorporating interactive elements like audio, video, and self-assessments to their digital lesson plans, all within a personalized learning cloud platform. With Netex, teachers can create customized student materials to be published on any digital platform while providing tools for video conferences, digital discussions, personalized assignments, and learning analytics that show visual representations of each student’s personal growth.
Whatever you think margin-top:10px !important;of artificial intelligence, there’s no denying its place in modern teaching. And while there’s no replacing the human aspect of our beloved teachers, we believe Edtech and AI will only help the overworked and underfunded classrooms of tomorrow.
Artificial intelligence is still a growing field, being one of the most well-funded categories. Startups in the space offer services ranging from automated data collection – from unstructured sources to real-time data analysis and synthesis.
In order to take part in Skill India mission, starts ups are being encouraged throughout India. Ambuja Neotia Incubation Pvt Ltd. (ANIPL) based in Kolkata is flying its flag high in incubating start-ups like ‘Vedic maths Forum’, ‘I & We’ and ‘We c minds’ who are using AI & chatbots to make the world learn not only Vedic maths and Maths till High School level, but also any subject in the world of academia.
‘I & We’ and ‘We c minds’ can see the mind of a student, from their platform – differentiate their learning behaviour, understand their learning ability and provide stimuli accordingly and specifically, independent of manual intervention, viz, if Rahul learns through a video better than Maria who responds better through lecture method, then, Rahul will be provided with more video clippings while Maria with more lecture classes.
Unlimited mentorship, wide market access, connection to angel investors in ANIPL has made ‘I & We’ and ‘We c minds’ Vedic Maths to grow globally.
Dhruv Sharma, AGM – Joint Ventures & Business Acceleration, Neotec Hub

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