ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) IN EDUCATION: USING AI TOOLS FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS

  • Tira Nur Fitria Institut Teknologi Bisnis AAS Indonesia
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence (AI), education, teaching and learning

Abstract

Changes in the demands of education require innovation and creativity in the learning process. With the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the field of education to help process daily activities including teaching and learning. The objective f this study is to investigate Artificial Intelligence (AI) in education, especially in the teaching and learning process. This research uses library research. The result analysis shows that AI has been widely applied to various educational technology platforms such as 1) Virtual Mentor, 2) Voice Assistant, for example, Google Assistant (Google), Siri (Apple), and Cortana (Microsoft). 3) Smart Content, 4) Presentation Translator. 5) Global Courses, for example, MOOCs, Udemy, Google AI, Alison, Khan Academy, edX, Udacity, Coursera, etc. 6) Automatic Assessment, 7) Personalized Learning for examples Ruangguru, etc. 7) Educational games, 8) Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) or Intelligent Computer-Aided Instruction (ICAI). Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the process of modeling human thinking and designing a machine so it can behave like humans. In the future progress of science and technology, teachers’ work such as correcting, student attendance, giving daily tests and exams, explaining knowledge, making administrative reports and other systemic work can be submitted to be completed by technology devices. Teachers can save more energy and can focus more on non-systemic work to create a golden generation with more character and quality with natural intelligence where robots cannot do it. Technology only runs systemically and is automated based on human commands, while the human mind, especially teachers deliver new knowledge. Therefore, the teacher's intelligence will be unmatched. AI that emerged as the industrial revolution is also the result of the creative minds of human natural intelligence. So when compared, between the two will never have an equal position.

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Published
2021-12-20