UTILIZING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN EDUCATION TO EQUIP STUDENTS FOR THE CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY


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Authors

  • Zohaib Hassan Sain Superior University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.11079969

Keywords:

AI in Education (AIEd), Artificial Intelligence (AI), 21st Century Skills, Learning Outcomes, Learning Systems

Abstract

Harnessing artificial intelligence (AI) learning systems holds the potential to assist learners in meeting the challenges of future work demands. Engaging with AI systems in education can guide students toward more effective development of 21st-century skills through personalized, captivating, adaptable, and inclusive learning environments. AI in education (AIEd) proves advantageous in optimizing student learning outcomes, positioning them to thrive and contribute to the evolving knowledge society and the future landscape of automation. This article explores 21st century skills and identifies certain shortcomings in the current education system, aiming to guide students in acquiring advanced skills. Additionally, it briefly delves into the concept of AIEd in relation to fostering 21st century competencies. By highlighting the current applications of AI learning tools and their potential, the article underscores their benefits in facilitating skill development among students. Before concluding, it addresses some limitations associated with these learning systems.

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Published

2024-04-28

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Sain, Z. H. (2024). UTILIZING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN EDUCATION TO EQUIP STUDENTS FOR THE CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY . NEW ERA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL RESEARCHES, 9(23), 55–62. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.11079969

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