Self-Awareness | Part 2

Artificial intelligence (AI) generally refers to any human-like behavior displayed by a machine or system. In the most basic form of AI, computers are programmed to “” mimic “human behavior using data extended from previous examples of similar behavior. It can range from recognizing the differences between a cat and a dog to performing complex tasks in a production plant. Artificial intelligence is already successfully used mainly in some tools that help develop skills and test systems.
AI can help fill learning and teaching gaps to enable schools, teachers and students to do more.
Artificial intelligence tools already help make classrooms more accessible, especially for those who speak a different language or for those with visual or hearing impairments.
The creation of “intelligent content”, from digitized textbook guides to customizable digital learning tools, is already being used at all levels, from elementary schools to professional and business contexts.
Artificial intelligence can be used to automatically structure, starting from a content such as a textbook, “intelligent” guides including chapter summaries, assessment tests on topics with single alternative questions (true / false) or multiple choice, content cards (CRAM101 text reviews) NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING is the branch of artificial intelligence, which involves disciplines such as computer science, psychology and linguistics, which deals with the IT processing of the language we use in everyday life. Thanks to these technologies, computers are able to extract information directly from documents created for communication between humans and perform tasks starting from instructions expressed in natural language.

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