The effectiveness of artificial intelligence on education: learning during the pandemic and in the future
Keywords:artificial intelligence, education during pandemic, future learning, international publications
This paper reviewed ten international publication about the effectiveness of Artificial Intelligence in Education: During the Pandemic and Learning in the future. Since the pandemic has disrupted world education, distance learning has become an alternative by relying on machine learning. To understand the extent of the power of artificial intelligence in education both during the COVID-19 period and the future learning period, we try to understand it through the example of ten international scientific publications that speak out about artificial intelligence in education today and the future of earning. Besides reviewing ten papers, we also conducted an online search engine for related literature. We performed searches with keywords such as "artificially intelligent," "learning during a pandemic," and "future learning," Then, we analyzed a phenomenological approach to ensure our findings answered the study questions under a qualitative method design. By considering the evidence of research and literature, we can summarize our findings, among others, that the critical understanding of artificial intelligence in education, the use of AI in education, typical Learning in the pandemic era, and the role of AI in pandemic learning as long as residents and future Learning still depend on data patterns and automation based on learning tasks that are smarter than usual.
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