This chapter highlights the implementation of AI technologies in education with particular interest in personalization of educational ecosystems, development of online learning, and adaptive learning. The chapter explores evolution of AI in education and application of AI in online learning platforms. Features of AI in education include learning personalization, teaching personalization, effectiveness, smart content, and big data-driven system implementation. Case analyses comprise Realizeit, Nuance, and Civitas.
- Educational ecosystem
- Online learning
- Data mining
- Natural language processing
- Learning platforms
- Student success intelligence platform
- Learning assistant
- Adaptive learning platform
- Audio processing
- Virtual backgrounds
- Video compression
- AI assistant
- Cloud-based technology
- Teaching customization
- Machine learning
- Smart content
- Big data
- Learning management system
- Virtual assistant
- Just-in-time systems
- Intelligent learning systems
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Chan, L., Hogaboam, L., Cao, R. (2022). Artificial Intelligence in Education. In: Applied Artificial Intelligence in Business. Applied Innovation and Technology Management. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-05740-3_17
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