For most people, the term “Artificial Intelligence” would bring to mind self-aware, sci-fi machines. As one of the buzzwords in the ICT industry, Artificial Intelligence, abbreviated to AI, can be defined as the intelligence shown by machines to learn from experience and to perform human-like tasks. Education as an industry has already embraced cloud and web-based technologies to improve on this existing infrastructure. The primary benefit of adopting AI within the existing eLearning infrastructure is that it helps to create an adaptive learning environment that can help to deliver a more personalized, engaging, and practical, distance learning experience to the students.
With digital access growing widely across Dubai, UAE, and the entire Middle East, advanced technologies such as AI is widely being used within education. It helps teachers effectively monitor and review how an individual pupil learns, whether or not they need support, and the progress they are making towards reaching their learning goals. Also, AI technology can be used to make education more inclusive over all the available digital platforms. Although teaching over remote classrooms is currently a staple of high-quality education, effectively monitoring distance learning exams can sometimes prove to be complicated. However, by deploying a proctoring test mechanism with AI, educators can ensure that the tests are conducted in a fair manner by preventing any form of malpractice during examinations.
AI-based systems have already made a significant impact in improving the quality of education in numerous schools and universities. At Knowledge Hub, we seek to help educators and institutions within the country, develop their existing education infrastructure with targeted and customized AI-learning solutions.