Education Technology in Current Life Using Artificial Intelligence

Education Technology in Current Life Using Artificial Intelligence

Dr. M. Senthilkumar, Associate Professor

Mrs. V. Lavanya, Assistant Professor

Mr. A. Ignatitious Arockiam, Assistant Professor

GTN College, Dindigul.


India has the potential to implement new technology that can completely change the way school and university students learn in the classroom. Artificial intelligence could be implemented in India to help students learn better using AI. This will improve the student’s education, based on how they understand the subject material, and it will make sure that they can do extremely well. Applying artificial intelligence for checking and involvement on the devices, tabs, and laptops in the classroom that can match up and respond to the specific levels of the student. In this paper, we will discuss the measurement and advancement of education technology to establish the Industry Revolution.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Industry Revolution, measurement


Artificial intelligence could improve education, support instructors, and foster more effective individualized learning. This prospect is both thrilling and a little intimidating. One must first get past science-fiction fantasies that computers and robots will teach our children, replace teachers, and remove the human aspect from what is basically a human activity before one can even have a meaningful conversation about AI in education. The use of artificial intelligence in education is beneficial in some ways, but we must be extremely vigilant in monitoring its development and its overall role in our world, according to the article benefits of artificial intelligence in education, which is careful to explore both the benefits and potential drawbacks.

The following are two crucial proposals for the future. We must incorporate ethics into the reasoning behind the creation of each new piece of AI-enabled technology. To properly comprehend that piece of technology’s behavior and ensure that it is not going against our (human) moral compass, we need to monitor, check, and police the results it produces. There is general agreement that the influence of AI has a benefit-risk duality for learning and education. Policymakers must weigh the advantages and disadvantages of AI to reimagine education institutions for the AI future.

Review of  Literature

Artificial intelligence is one of the most prominent modern applications of information systems as a field of modern knowledge that is interested in studying and understanding the nature of human intelligence and its simulations to create a new generation of smart computers that can be programmed to accomplish many of the tasks that need a high ability of inference, deduction, and perception, which are qualities that people enjoy It is included in the list of smart behaviors[1].

Artificial intelligence applications are important in the fields of life, but they are more important for educational institutions and universities, which represent a great necessity that cannot be dispensed with, as universities today are no longer limited to education, but rather have become an essential part of the system of sustainable development in societies, as it stresses. The mission of universities today exceeded the traditional function of preserving heritage, identity, and education. Rather, universities today are required to keep pace with technological development through the creation of new methods of education and teaching[2].

Artificial intelligence (AI) is any task performed by a program or machine, which otherwise human needs to apply intelligence to accomplish it. AI is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. This includes learning, reasoning, planning, self-correction, problem-solving, knowledge representation, perception, motion, manipulation, and creativity. It is a science and a set of computational techniques that are inspired by the way in which human beings use their nervous system and their body to feel, learn, reason, and act[3].

The mechanics must be explained here and then the experience. The student would first interact with the system and input their interests, performance in studies to date, and work experience, amongst other information. The intelligent system would then be able to provide a listing of the programs that the student is eligible for at the institute. If this system is utilized by more than one institution, programs across institutions might be suggested to the student as well[4].

Artificial Intelligence for Tamil in Education Technology

The Tamil Nadu government of school education is introducing artificial intelligence as a topic in high school. All state-run schools in Tamil Nadu will now offer AI as a topic in Classes VI through IX. To assist in developing an in-depth AI course, the department will collaborate with industry leaders in technology like Microsoft or Google. The push for AI education has also increased the demand for instructors who understand cutting-edge ideas like big data, robots, and the Internet of Things. The CBSE declared at the start of the school year that it would add AI as a topic for students in Classes VIII, IX, and X.

The Tamil Nadu government is prepared to deploy the newest AI-based solutions for smart governance, ranging from IoT-based automatic smart street monitoring to face recognition-based attendance marking in government schools. Artificial Intelligence holds great economic, social, medical, security, and environmental promise. And that exactly is what the Tamil Nadu state government wanted to explore and exploit. Apart from schools, the system has also been deployed in the IT department of the Government of Tamil Nadu and the Indian Institute of Management Trichy.

Potential Benefits of AI in Education

Personalization: A single teacher may find it incredibly challenging to determine how to address the needs of every kid in his or her classroom. AI systems can readily adjust to the unique learning requirements of each learner and can focus education on their areas of strength and weakness.

Tutoring: AI systems can “gauge a student’s learning style and prior knowledge to give personalized support and teaching” in tutoring situations.

Grading: Artificial intelligence (AI) can certainly assist in grading tests with the aid of an answer key, but it can also “assemble data about how students did and even score more abstract evaluations such as essays.”

Feedback on course quality: For instance, if many students are answering a question incorrectly, “AI can zero in on the exact knowledge or concepts that students are lacking, so instructors can make targeted changes in materials and approaches.”

Meaningful and prompt feedback for students: Some students can be reluctant to take chances or hear critical comments in class, but “with AI, students can feel safe to make the mistakes essential for learning and receive the feedback they need for progress.”


In this paper, we discussed the advancement of Artificial Intelligence in the Education field. There is a growing consensus that the extraordinary range of present and potential benefits will prevail even though there is still much debate about the advantages and disadvantages of implementing AI technology in the field of education, including the depersonalization worries and the ethical issues mentioned above. In the Future, we will concentrate on the AI technology involved in the education field with depth knowledge.


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