REVOLUTIONARY CHANGES IN HIGHER EDUCATION WITH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Keywords:learning, knowledge, educational process, higher education system, teaching methods, problems of robotization of the educational process, machine learning, deep learning, artificial intelligence
One of the main requirements for the organization of the educational process is an individual approach to each student. This requirement cannot be met through traditional forms of education. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is coming to solve this problem. AI has been a buzzword in the tech industry for years, and its application has seen a wide range of industries embrace the technology. One of these industries is higher education. AI has been changing the way we learn, making it more efficient, personalized, and effective. This article is devoted to the possible implementations of AI technologies in the field of higher education its benefits, and the challenges it poses, research and analysis of changes in the higher education environment as a consequence of the introduction of modern digital and automated technologies in the higher education system. Perspective directions of using AI in the field of higher education are considered and analyzed.
Keywords: learning, knowledge, educational process, higher education system, teaching methods, problems of robotization of the educational process, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence.
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