How artificial intelligence can democratise education after Covid-19 – Economic Times

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SynopsisNew forms of AI, based on deep neural networks, can now uncover patterns about how the students perform and help teachers optimise their strategies accordingly. AI tutors, software systems that students can interact with online, can give them greater access to the individualised attention they need. These advances, together with widespread Internet use, can transform education.

By Craig Smith Craig Smith is a former New York Times correspondent and host of the podcast, Eye on AI.The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, which has disrupted classroom instruction around the world, presents an historic opportunity to democratize education with artificial intelligence.Since Socrates taught Plato and Plato taught Aristotle — or Confucius taught Yan Hui — man has known that the best education is delivered one-to-one by an experienced

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Nov 18, 2020, 12:01 AM IST

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