Special Issue "Artificial Intelligence and Education"
A special issue of Education Sciences (ISSN 2227-7102).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2021) | Viewed by 23737
Interests: applied mathematics; artificial intelligence in education; artificial intelligence in public administration; artificial neural networks; data analysis; educational informatics; educational management; environment; geographical information systems; GIS in education; machine learning; predicting student performance; project based learning; remote sensing; technology in education; spatial analysis; university teaching; web-based learning systems
The application of artificial intelligence has rapidly increased in many scientific sectors. The development of artificial intelligence based educational techniques has been upgraded significantly the last years. Implementing artificial intelligence and artificial neural networks in education includes many kinds of intelligent instructional and evaluation techniques such as: intelligent tutoring systems, intelligent assessment of student performance, intelligent virtual agents, talking robots, humanized chatbots, and any other educational technique based on artificial intelligence.
Utilizing artificial intelligence technologies in the classroom can be very valuable to many kinds of learners, but most crucially to the students with special needs who can benefit from a more flexible educational solution that artificial intelligence can provide. Artificial intelligence can be combined with other technologies (e.g., Speech recognition) in order to develop artificial talking tutors who can communicate with the students and interact with during the learning process. Furthermore, Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) can be used as e-learning systems based on Artificial Intelligence approaches in order to advance adaptive and personalized learning according to the individual characteristics of every student.
Artificial intelligence can improve the teaching practices in classroom through many ways and that is the main reason that we need to further examine the involvement of artificial intelligence in education procedures.
This Special Issue aims at highlighting the broad field of artificial intelligence applications in education, regarding any type of artificial intelligence that is correlated with education, such as learning methodologies, intelligent tutoring systems, intelligent student guidance and assessments, intelligent educational chatbots, artificial tutors, etc., in order to advance and enrich the existing literature with new artificial intelligence approaches and methodologies in education.
We are looking forward to receiving your submission of new research or review article focusing towards the application of artificial intelligence based techniques in education.Dr. Georgios N. Kouziokas
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- artificial intelligence in education
- artificial intelligence algorithms in education
- artificial neural networks in education
- artificial intelligence in student evaluation
- assessing student performance using artificial intelligence
- educational robotics
- evaluation of artificial intelligence educational systems
- Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring
- intelligent adaptive learning
- intelligent agent-based learning environments
- intelligent agents on the internet
- intelligent chatbots in education
- intelligent tutoring systems
- intelligent virtual reality based learning systems
- pedagogical artificial agents
- spatial artificial intelligence in education