The impact of A.I on teaching and learning
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The breakthroughs in AI have been ground-breaking in many fields such as military and industry, which have been deemed successful. It promises to be implemented and shows its importance in future opportunities. Following the development and advancement of artificial intelligence, there has been a need to incorporate artificial intelligence in teaching and learning. This paper shows a culmination of information from research to establish and emphasize the advantages that AI and Machine Learning will bring to the teaching process in years to come. The aim of this paper is to understand the benefits of this change in the teaching process, in the ease of understanding, and the ease in the acquisition of knowledge of the teachers’ students. The findings from this research affirmed this.
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