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Exploiting artificial intelligence technology in education and learning

Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem ()
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Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem: AinShams University, Cairo, Egypt

Conferences of the department Informatics, 2014, issue 1, 25-45

Abstract: The field of artificial intelligence (AI) in education has become the most challenging area in the last several years. It includes the disciplines; cognitive and social psychology, computer science, empirical psychology, knowledge management and engineering. The goal of the field is to deliver knowledge-based systems which can be used in real teaching, learning and training situations. AI gives these systems added computing capability, allowing them to exhibit more intelligent behavior.Many types of these systems are in existence today and are applies to different domains and tasks. This paper discusses the use of AI technologies in intelligent elearning and tutoring systems.Particularly,the paper presents three intelligent methodologies, namely; case-based reasoning, intelli-gent data mining, and ontological engineering from eLearning perspective.In addition, the paper presents some examples of the developed systems by the author and his colleagues at Medical Informatics and Knowledge Engineering Research Labs,Ain Shams University,Cairo,Egypt.

Keywords: artificial intelligence; knowledge-based systems (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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