APPLYING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO E-LEARNING: AN OVERVIEW

Luigi Lomasto, Alessandro Daniele, Giuseppe Nappi

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Artificial intelligence has become an integral part of everyday life, changing and conditioning the use of many digital applications. This transformation has affected many sectors, including education. The main objective of this short article is to identify the benefits of applying artificial intelligence in the educational context. This application can cover several points such as the suggestion of personalized educational content, the identification of innovative and specific teaching methods, the best association between teacher-student based on their profiling. The analysis of these points and the application of these technologies has as its purpose the improvement of the e-learning and MOOC sector, able to offer educational paths more and more specific and suitable to the various needs required by students.


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Education, Didattica

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v6i1.511

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