A group of researchers at the UCL (University College London) Knowledge Lab and Pearson have published an interesting AI paper regarding Education and the overall transformation of learning and teaching through technology. This paper aims at two things: the first is to explain what AIEd is and how it is built, and the second is to find out what the benefits of AIEd and how artificial intelligence will positively transform education in the coming years.
This approach describes how adequately designed and well-thought-out AIEd implementation can successfully contribute to the classroom environment. Importantly, the researchers do not see AIEd replacing teachers; instead, the future role of teachers continues to evolve and is eventually transformed such that their time is used more efficiently.
The researchers’ conclude that AIEd should be implemented in mixed learning environments where computerised advances and customary classroom exercises supplement each other. Understanding this implies tending to the ‘chaos’ of genuine classrooms, colleges, or workplace learning conditions, and including teachers and students in the application of AIEd with the goal that the outline would resemble this: